Christmas shopping can be stressful, and it's not helped by the prospect of buying something shoddy or even dangerous. Last night, we reported on the problems surrounding counterfeit goods.
Tonight, we look at what's being done to stop them being sold in our region, and ask how we can spot the real deal from the rip off. Here's the second of Lauren Hall's reports:
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