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22 January 2019

Bangladesh: Factory forced to compensate female worker after beating & threatening her, linked to British & Belgian brands

Author: Simon Murphy, The Guardian

"Factory that supplied Tesco compensated abused worker", 22 January 2019...

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21 January 2019
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Author: Spiegel Online

'Näherinnen von Charity-T-Shirts verdienen nur Centbeträge', 20 Jan 2019...

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21 January 2019

Bangladesh: Labour abuses alleged at factory making Spice Girls T-shirts

An investigation by the Guardian newspaper has revealed that Spice Girls T-shirts sold to raise money for Comic Relief’s “gender justice” campaign were made at a factory in Gazipur, Bangladesh where women earn the equivalent of 35p an hour during...

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18 January 2019

UK: Ethnic minorities face 'shocking' discrimination in labour market, study reveals

Author: Haroon Siddique, The Guardian

"Minority ethnic Britons face 'shocking' job discrimination", 17 January 2019...

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17 January 2019

UK signals commitment to ensure decent work in fishing by ratifying ILO Fishing Convention

Author: International Labour Organization

"UK joins efforts to ensure decent work in the fishing sector", 16 January 2019...

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14 January 2019

Poll: British consumers would pay more for fair fashion but lack trust in brands

Author: Kieran Guilbert, Thomson Reuters Foundation

‘Britons say willing to pay more for fair fashion but trust in brands lacking’, 10 Jan 2019...

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14 January 2019

UK Supreme Court to hear case on parent company's responsibility for its subsidiary polluting local water sources in Zambia

On 15 and 16 January 2019, the UK Supreme Court will decide whether local people in Zambia can obtain compensation from a UK mining company, Vedanta Resources, for the pollution of local water sources by its Zambian subsidiary, Konkola Copper Mines....

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14 January 2019

UK: Police for the first time obtain court order to safeguard against human trafficking at local car wash

Author: Cambs Times

‘Police obtain court order to safeguard against human trafficking at Fenland car wash’, 11 Jan 2019...

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11 January 2019

UK: Consumers willing to pay more on clothing if garment workers are paid fair living wage, according to poll

Author: Kieran Guilbert, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Fast fashion has fuelled the risk of worker abuses such as forced labour in global supply chains, activists say", 10 January 2019...

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7 January 2019

UK court rejects African Minerals’ liability over accusation of complicity in violent repression of protests in Sierra Leone

In its 19 December 2018 decision, the High Court of Justice did not find Tonkolili Iron Ore Ltd liable for the violent repression of protests in 2010 and 2012 in Sierra Leone. The case was brought before British courts because Tonkolili Iron Ore Ltd...

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