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The truth about John Lewis’s trans takeover

20 February 2024

4:46 PM

20 February 2024

4:46 PM

John Lewis is, to most people, a department store that exists to sell toasters, cushions and lamps. But it turns out we have been labouring under a massive misapprehension all these years. John Lewis’s internal magazine Identity reveals that the shop’s purpose is rather different: it exists to affirm the bespoke identities of its staff.

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