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Article

15 Feb 2016

Author:
Marks & Spencer

M&S response

We are committed to further improving working conditions in our clothing supply chain and our work since 2010 has made a significant difference...There’s always more to be done due to the complex nature of the clothing supply chain and we cannot determine the wages paid to supplier employees. However we are committed to ensuring our cost prices remain high enough to pay a fair living wage, training workers in financial literacy and worker rights and playing our part in collaborating with other brands and governments to improve the sector.