LONDON – The findings of an enquiry by Alison Levitt QC into the Leicester supply chains of fast fashion brand Boohoo cannot be fully trusted, claims the Ethical Trade Initiative. The full report of Levitt was published last week. It claims that while there is no evidence that Boohoo has committed any criminal offences, the “allegations about poor working conditions and low rates of pay in many Leicester factories are not merely well-founded but substantially true.”
In response, ETI points out that the problems in Leicester have existed, and been common knowledge, for more than a decade.
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