- The Guardian reports the Fawcett Society has evidence the allegations their t-shirts were made with sweatshop labour are false.
- The Fawcett Society says they have a recent audit carried out by a 3rd party NGO showing the workers were paid above minimum wage, were paid for overtime hours, and worked an average of 45 hours per week. The workers were also free to join the union.
- They're still gathering more evidence at this point but they are confident the manufacturer has done nothing wrong and they've confirmed they will continue to work with the designer, Whistles.
- The Daily Mail which is the newspaper who published the original allegations has also published the refutation of their article but they have yet to retract their original story.
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