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LEICESTER - Sir Brian Leveson's fifth and final report to Boohoo's board of directors declares the fast fashion company's Agenda for Change (A4C) programme a success but warns that vigilance will be needed if progress is to be maintained.

The retired judge was appointed to head A4C after an independent review by Alison Levitt QC found "many failings" in Boohoo's corporate governance after it emerged that garment workers in Leicester were being paid less than half the minimum wage and working without COVID-19 precautions.

In his final report, Sir Brian says: "Over the last 17 months, Boohoo has embarked enthusiastically on the Agenda for Change programme and has sought to deal with each of the recommendations of the Levitt Review.

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