A TIME OF GIVING: SHOPS SELLING 'CHARITY' CHRISTMAS CARDS - BUT ONLY 10% IS ACTUALLY GOING TO GOOD CAUSES

Mirror investigation found Cards Galore, Sainbury’s, ­Waitrose and WH Smith are the worst for handing over a fraction of proceed from the sales

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