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LONDON - More than two-thirds of British consumers feel ‘disgusted’ ‘sad’ or ‘angry’ about fashion industry exploitation - but many say they cannot afford to shop more ethically, according to a new poll.

The survey, carried out by Opinium on behalf of international development charity Traidcraft Exchange, found that consumers wanted the industry cleaned up so they could enjoy guilt-free shopping.

Some 68 per cent expressed negative emotions about the treatment of vulnerable garment workers in supply countries, such as Bangladesh and Vietnam, during the pandemic when many lost wages.

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