@JeremyVineOn5 | 156,005 followers
Should we ban single-use plastic bags?

It would mean taking a sustainable bag with you every time you went shopping, but a ban would reduce the tons of litter found in our streets, parks and rivers.

Is it a step too far?

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In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
No this should not happen. I get a different plastic bag daily when I pop to Tesco’s for the newspaper run. I don’t have the time or inclination to faff around looking for a sustainable bag. #whatnext
 
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Yes - let's ban them. The game needs to change. Single use water bottles need to go too.
 
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I see no real issue but lesser nations are the ones with the plastic issue. We can make a difference but other countries need to join us in nanny plastic bags, otherwise it’s pointless.
 
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No we shouldn't, if I decide to pop into a shop to buy something I shouldn't have to pay for a reusable bag, nor should I have to carry one around, just in case .
 
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I noticed you have recycled this topic.
 
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Yes it should be banned! Why should we be destroying the planet for our own convenience? Why not use paper bags for groceries and veg? Plastic wrapping on fruit and veg needs to go too.
 
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How did we cope before single use / any plastic before it was invented? Do we really need it.
 
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Can we for a moment just stop banning things?
 
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Why don’t they require proof of bags before they allow anyone into a shop or store, it’ll proved work for plebs and rich people going to shops won’t mind a little more trickling down to them to ensure no one buys anything on impulse without having a bag.
 
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Yes we should ban them
 
 
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#ClimateCrisis people #ClimateCrisis & unwanted waste littering the environment-land and sea everywhere.
 
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Of course. Without quedtion☹️
 
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But plastic bottles everywhere is ok? If you really want to ban shit, start at the problem.
 
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I always take a fold upbag with me if I'm going to the shops.
 
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The UK has done since David Cameron's Coalition Government. Keep up with ordinary people please.
 
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Grow sustainable marijuana in the 3rd world countries guaranteeing job security & use the leaves to make bags & other plastic products from naturally degradable material. If only it were that simple in a greedy world.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
What is wrong with using paper bags. One supermarket chain gives large paper bags like those in USA. In the 1970's there was bio-degradable bags. Can't these be re-introduced? Lots of answers to the question "how to shop without a plastic bag"?!
 
 
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Not at all, we once managed without them
 
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