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AMSTERDAM – A landmark legal case is being brought by garment workers against Tesco and social auditing firm Intertek for negligence and against Tesco for “unjust enrichment.” The case claims Burmese migrants were made to work up to 99 hours a week on unlawful wages and in what amounted to forced labour conditions at a Thai factory making clothes for Tesco’s F&F fashion range.

A letter detailing the allegations has been sent on behalf of 130 migrant factory workers and one migrant child by law firm Leigh Day. The letter of claim is the first step in legal proceedings and notifies the defendants of the workers’ allegations.

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