The neglect and exploitation that led to the collapse of a Dhaka building housing eight factories is the latest in a long
The death toll in the Bangladesh garment factory collapse has reached 610, reports Reuters. The number is expected to rise
While many clothes companies have been associated with the Dhaka factory tragedy, low-cost, fast fashion provider Primark
When news broke last week that yet another disaster had befallen a garment factory in Bangladesh, I was angered and upset, but not very surprised. It had been a matter of months since the Tazreen factory fire had claimed 112 workers' lives, and it was inevitable that tragedy would strike again before long. I sat at my laptop, scrolling through Twitter, as more details unfolded. Incidentally, I was wearing a Primark dress.
High street clothing chain Matalan is to provide financial aid to those affected by the Bangladesh building collapse that
Primark has agreed to compensate victims of the building collapse in Bangladesh which killed more than 350 people. The disaster
Screams could be heard through the concrete . A petition has now been launched calling for Primark and other retail brands
Hundreds have been protesting Rescue workers have been passing oxygen cylinders through the rubble to help those still trapped
Rubber bullets and tear gas have been used against thousands of protesters in Bangladesh, as crowds took to the streets calling
Bosses at high street giant Primark said they were "shocked and saddened" to hear of the deaths of almost 150 people following