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LONDON – Workers’ rights organisation Labour Behind the Label (LBL) and environmental non-profit Share Action have expressed concerns regarding the manner in which fashion brand Next has managed worker-related incidents within its supply chain.  

The pair allude to two instances – the closed sites of Neo Trend, in Turkey, and Wai Full Textiles, in Cambodia – where staff are said to have gone without legally owed wages and severance payments. 

Ana Bryher, LBL’s director of advocacy, commented: “Brands like Next must urgently make sure living wages start to be paid into the pockets of workers who are making their clothes, to avoid future exploitation if orders once again grind to a halt.” 

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