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15 January 2016

3 UK tea brands drop Indian supplier over work conditions

Author: Jane Deith, BBC News

Three of the UK's top tea brands have stopped buying from a group of Indian plantations after a BBC investigation exposed dangerous working conditions. The BBC found a disregard for health and safety on an estate in north-east India owned by Assam...

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8 September 2015

BBC investigates inhumane working conditions in tea plantations in Assam, India - brands respond

Author: Justin Rowlatt and Jane Deith, BBC

"The bitter story behind the UK's national drink", 8 Sep 2015...

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8 September 2013

Toys 'R' Us U.K. Agrees To End Gender Marketing In Response To 'Let Toys Be Toys' Campaign

Author: Huffington Post

Toys "R" Us announced Friday that its U.K. stores will stop labeling toys "boys" and "girls."...The change comes in response to a campaign from the group "Let Toys Be Toys" asking retailers "to stop limiting children's imaginations and interests by...

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15 October 2007

Top jewellers told to cut trade links with Burma

Author: Andrew Taylor, Financial Times

Trade unions yesterday called on three of London's top jewellery retailers - Asprey, Harrods and Leviev - to sever all trading links with Burma following EU trade sanctions announced earlier this week...The TUC [Trades Union Congress] said yesterday...

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1 October 2007

UK trade unions call on jewellery retailers Asprey, Harrods, Leviev to sever trading links with Burma (includes company responses)

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16 December 2003

Clothing Retailers told to Come Clean on Burma

Author: Burma Campaign UK

Companies refusing to disclose if they source clothes from Burma are today named and shamed by the Burma Campaign UK. 41 clothing retailers have ignored repeated requests to disclose whether they source clothes from Burma...The companies named and...

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