Made in Britain?
Did anyone watch the Mary Portas program last night on TV? She highlighted the fact that goods described as British are not 'made' in Britain. Apparantly, if the goods are 'finished' in Britain then the goods can be described as British. 'Finishing' may mean dyeing, or changing the goods in some way.
As I like to buy British whenever possible, I find this appalling. How can I distinguish which goods are actually manufactured in Britain, and which goods are imported and then 'finished' in Britain????