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LEICESTER - The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is refusing to give evidence to Boohoo's investigation into allegations of workers' rights abuses in its supply chain, criticising the focus of the QC-led inquiry and questioning its independence.

The supply chain monitor - an alliance of companies, unions and NGOs - decided not to provide evidence after receiving an online questionnaire from the review independent review led by barrister Alison Levitt QC who specialises in business crime.

Levitt was appointed by Boohoo to lead the inquiry following allegations that garment workers in Leicester factories which supply the fast fashion brand were paid as little as £3.50 per hour and that factory conditions contributed to a coronavirus spike in the city.

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