Following the Government’s latest lockdown advice, police officers have been accused of an ‘overzealous’ crack down over non-essential purchases. With reports of consumers being stopped by officers during trips to the supermarket, what rights do you have as a consumer and how often should you be shopping for food?
And as current restrictions look set to be extended beyond the original three week proposal, how can you secure delivery slots and what extra rights do key workers and the vulnerable have?
At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, the Telegraph’s Consumer Champion, Katie Morley, will be answering all of your questions on how to shop during the coronavirus pandemic.
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