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Ministers have called on retailers to do more to curb human rights abuses by their suppliers. Business minister Jenny Willott called on the British Retail Consortium to produce new guidance on urgent steps its members must take to improve transparency on any abuses linked to their products. Meanwhile Home Office minister Ka...
Conservatives press release A Labour Party policy report, produced for Ed Miliband by his High Streets Advisory Group, is planning for a Labour Government to “bri...
Real life 'Asda Mums' were the stars of the show today as the supermarket launched its latest 'Mumsdex' Index on how shoppers feel about politics and policy. Chri...
USDAW press release Shopworkers need protection and Government sentencing guidelines don’t go far enough says Usdaw Shopworkers trade union leader John Hannett ...
Labour press release Michael Dugher MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office, responding to David Cameron's comments on "supermarket sociology", said: ...
John Woodcock MP press release Responding to reports that Home Office minister Norman Baker has advocated the sale of so-called legal highs through licensed high...
28/02/2014 on John Woodcock MP
21/02/2014 on BBC News
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