Area size of small country filled with PR junk every year

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An area the size of Wales is filled with junk every year because tech PRs insist on sending, usually useless, free gifts and other crap to tech journalists on a daily basis.

PR Junk black holes are developing on and under desks across London and the worrying trend has caught the attention of office managers. A new variety of wild flower has evolved on the desk of networking journalist Jennifer Scott (@NifS), protected from outside influences for years by empty boxes.

New rules are set to come into force soon to force PR companies to only give away easily recyclable stuff, such as alcohol.

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