The sincerest form of flattery

I like Sainsbury’s. I used to go there as a small boy, so there’s plenty of nostalgia-related affection for the brand. Plus, unlike Morrisons, they use an apostrophe. Proper grammar is always good. And I’ve always liked their air of confidence. They believed in what they were doing and were jolly well going to carry …

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