The man who could not believe Marks & Spencer was open to the public

Through unique circumstances, an ordinary man who had been sent from Ukraine to Siberia was invited to London during the Soviet era. His son, who had become a British MP, took his father to Oxford Street. The father literally did not believe that Marks & Spencer was open to everyone. He was sure it could only be available to party members.

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