Following the Government's latest lockdown advice, police officers have been accused of an 'overzealous' crack down over non-essential purchases. With reports of consumers being stopped by officers during trips to the supermarket, what rights do you have as a consumer and how often should you be shopping for food?
At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, the Telegraph's Consumer Champion, Katie Morley, will be answering all of your questions on how to shop during the coronavirus pandemic.
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