Don't know if this was already posted and deleted or moved but here it is again anyway. BBC news story
Maybe Hasbro will rethink their pricing structures for the UK or maybe they'll do a backpeddle and pull out of supplying and leave us high and dry like the drought of 2001 once more. Considering that the story isn't finished yet with more evidence to come which will undoubtedly lead to Hasbro taking their own legal proceedings. The outcome of this will most likely not be for some time to come. What it does show though is that someone is actually out there looking out for us consumers. If this eventually leads to fairer pricing on hasbro toys then I'm all for that. Somehow I think that Hasbro is one of those companies that finds it hard to change its spots. Same old same old so to speak. I don't hold out much hope for change in all honesty and the UK will no doubt continue to get shafted in the toy aisles.