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Now Mr. Carter informs the Huddersfield Daily Examiner that some of his remarks were taken out of context, and he hasn’t banned Harry Potter fans, per se. He just prefers to sell to those with a “genuine interest” in spirituality, and simply thinks that anyone who wants a toy should take themselves off to a place selling toys, not real-deal spiritual items.

“I said that if Harry Potter fans wanted a wand they should go on eBay because what they’re basically after is a toy. But I have not banned them from the shop.

“I have nothing against Harry Potter and actually liked the films. The wands I make though, whether you believe it or not, are real and spiritual.

“If a Harry Potter fan came to the shop, whether they would be able to buy a wand would depend on why they want one.

“If for a toy, then no, but if they had watched Harry Potter and been inspired to start their own spiritual journey, then yes.”

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This has been: England!!!!