Boohoo boss promises ‘to make Leicester right’

But as well as facing questions around the environmental impact of its business model,

Boohoo has been accused of tolerating widespread abuses of employment law at some of its suppliers in Leicester. Investigations earlier this year suggested workers were being paid below the minimum wage.

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