Marks and Spencer in the firing line - they received a million-pound fine for asbestos breaches. An Inside Out investigation by Chris Jackson reveals that the company was warned of problems eight years earlier. With Chinese visitors to the capital spending more per head than any other overseas tourists, Mark Jordan discovers how they are helping revive our economic fortunes. And - eighty years after it first appeared, Iain Lee finds out why London's famous underground map remains as iconic as ever.
Every year 150,000 Chinese tourists come to the UK - and at Harrods they now spend five times more than Americans.
It is luxury brands - available far more cheaply than in mainland China that prove the major lure for Chinese tourists in London.
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