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MANCHESTER – Shares in UK fast fashion business Boohoo have fallen by 2.9 per cent amid a new investigation that says it put ‘Made in the UK’ labels on garments that were actually made in South Asia. An investigation by the BBC’s Panorama found that T-shirts and hoodies had their original labels removed at Boohoo’s flagship factory, Thurmaston Lane in Leicester, last year. The mislabelling impacted up to one in 250 of Boohoo’s global supply of garments between January and October 2023, it is claimed.

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