The Co-op supermarket says it's taking the action following customer feedback.
The Co-op has told lads mags to cover up their front pages or they'll be removed from its shelves. The supermarket says it's taken the action following customer feedback. Publishers have until September the 9th to deliver the mags in so-called modesty bags.
Natalie Collins campaigns for the dignity of women and told Premier's News Hour why she thinks the retailer has decided to act now:
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