McDonald's, Wrigley and others call on government to fight £1bn litter problem

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Coalition of campaign groups and businesses back cleanup plan in a letter to the Guardian, urging the government to ‘provide or stimulate funding'

Litter is a problem that costs taxpayers nearly £1bn a year, and now some of the companies whose products end up as waste on the streets are calling on the government to create a national strategy to tackle...

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