M&S = QVC...OK?
Daily Mirror|January 29, 2022
Marks launches live shopping channel for a younger market

MARKS & Spencer has become the first British retail chain to bring live shopping into your living room.

The High Street stalwart has launched a TikTok-style format to appeal to a younger market.

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