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Asda could be helpful.

Mum Julia Hollinshead was angry and upset when she spotted one of her two children trying to break into a packet of painkillers on a supermarket shelf right by the check-outs.

Her concern is understandable. Asda is right to say that it is up to parents to supervise their children, but every parent knows how difficult it is to keep an eye on young children in such an environment. Asda could help make life easier for parents by not only removing tablets, but sweets and chocolates from check-outs too.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:May 6, 2004
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