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"We have launched an investigation at this store to understand what went wrong." At Levenshulme Bargain Store on Stockport Road, our investigator was able to buy a single kitchen knife for just 1.
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At Marks Spencer at Cross Street, Manchester, Siobhan was again refused. A spokeswoman said: "Our policy is to challenge anyone who looks under 21 to provide ID."
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Four stores refused to serve our investigator, including Asda in Longsight.
"We have launched a full investigation into this particular incident and as an immediate response we have reminded all of our stores of the need for vigilance regarding the sale of knives."
A spokeswoman said: "Wilkinson is a responsible family owned company that recognises and welcomes our responsibilities under trading standards regulations and retail law.
"There may have been a rush on and the staff member might not have been sure kitchen knives were illegal. I am sorry and it won't happen again."
The most expensive knife Siobhan was able to buy was 3.99 at the Thomas William kitchen utensils store on Deansgate.
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Shopkeeper Saftain Ashraf, said: "A lot of youngsters try to steal knives or try and get someone to buy them, so we don't sell the small knives that could be hidden in the pocket.
"Every member of staff is trained to challenge for identification whenever unsure."
When she tried to buy a knife at Woolworth's in Northenden, Siobhan was also turned away empty handed. A spokesperson said: "Woolworths take the underage sale of knives extremely seriously,"
"B supports the national Think 21 campaign which requires our checkout customer advisors to request photographic identification from any customer, who they feel looks under 21 and who wants to purchase a restricted product, to prove they are over 18 years of age.
At Longsight Bargains, also on Stockport Road, Siobhan was able to buy knives in a four piece set for 1.50. Boss Waheed Hamid, said: "We have to be responsible as a retailer but we also need more clarity on the law, we didn't know the limit was 18."
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policy whereby our staff should ask for identification from any person who appears under 21. I'm very surprised and concerned at this allegation and will launch a full investigation."
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