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MANCHESTER - Retired judge Sir Brian Leveson, who is leading Boohoo's Agenda for Change programme, is calling on the government to set up and fund a single body to tackle the abuse of workers' rights in UK supply chains.

Boohoo launched Agenda for Change after a review of the company's sourcing, by Alison Levitt QC, found "many failings" after it was alleged garment workers in Leicester factories were paid less than half the minimum wages and working without COVID-19 precautions.

Sir Brian has now published an anex, entitled 'Beyond Boohoo', to his recent fourth report to the company's board of directors in which he spells out some of the difficulties in investigating such abuses.

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