Marks & Spencer accused of overshadowing Elizabeth II for Pride Month

Marks & Spencer accused of overshadowing Elizabeth II for Pride Month

The well-known British company has been accused of celebrating Pride Month more and not the Platinum Jubilee for Elizabeth II’s 70-year reign

It may sound absurd, but M&S has been accused of “overshadowing the Queen’s Jubilee” for the simple reason that it celebrated the first day (June 1) of the start of Pride Month, the month dedicated to celebrating the LGBT+ community around the world.

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The publication of the Rainbow flag with the M&S logo has sparked a real war against the company.

Many comments accused the company of overshadowing or downplaying the Platinum Jubilee celebration.

” For goodness’s sake, M&S! It’s the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a special event we’ll never see again.”

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This is an example of the tenor of the comments received by M&S. Most of these users, ask M&S for more patriotism towards the Crown and Queen Elizabeth II.

Is it possible that one of the most important and oldest companies in the UK – founded in 1884 in Leeds – with about 852 stores at home and others scattered around the world (for example in France, China, Russia, Greece, and Italy) a valuation of $3.74 billion and 70 thousand employees, can forget about such a historic event as Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee? Impossible!

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The M&S company still has 96 products for sale exclusively dedicated to the Platinum Jubilee.

In the end, it is the usual sterile, pointless controversy by people who do not know how to spend their days.

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