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LONDON - Fashion companies Primark, ASOS and New Look are among 36 organisations which today issue a joint call on the British government to introduce mandatory due diligence legislation.

The coalition, which also includes Tesco, John Lewis and the British Retail Consortium, wants to see a law which would make companies legally liable for human rights and environmental issues in their global supply chains.

It comes as lawyers offered their legal opinion that fast fashion company Boohoo would have been liable for workers' rights issues in its Leicester supply chain had such legislation existed last year.

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