The Covid-19 pandemic has shone a light on poor working conditions in the UK’s garment manufacturing industry, says Meg Lewis.
Covid-19 should be a defining moment for protecting the UK’s garment workers.
As Leicester went into the first local lockdown in June this year, the city’s garment industry was thrust into the spotlight.
The furore followed a new report by Labour Behind the Label detailing worker accounts that factories in Boohoo’s supply chain failed to protect them during the Covid-19 UK lockdown.
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