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National President Stuart Reddish shared members’ concerns about retail crime with Yvette Cooper, the chair of the Home Affairs Committee, at a joint reception in the House of Commons yesterday (Tuesday March 10).

Senior NFRN officials and retailers from London district, including president Hetal Patel, were among the 20 parliamentarians and 100 people in attendance.

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