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While Marks & Spencer has chosen to switch off the music, Asda will is introducing a daily Christmas-music-free hour from December 15 and will allow staff to become their own DJs for the day.
The supermarket giant told The Sunday Times: 'We all love the warm and fuzzy feeling that the festive season brings, but for many Brits the novelty starts to wear off in December.
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