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Fashion retailer Topshop has rejected moves to prevent further disasters in garment factories in Bangladesh.
Campaigners have demanded action from governments and companies to end the use of sandblasting and other unsafe processes in the manufacture of denim jeans.
War on Want has dismissed David Cameron’s summit with Britain’s overseas territories as “all show and no substance” and demanded abolition of all UK tax havens.
Primark is facing unprecedented pressure to ensure that the tragedy witnessed in Bangladesh lasty week never happens again.
Campaigners are calling on the government to stop using unmanned aerial vehicles or 'drones', as Britain prepares to start controlling them from a domestic base.
Campaigners have called for the British private security corporation G4S to be held to account for its involvement with Israel’s unlawful detention of Palestinians.
The Supermarket has been accused of dealing with firms profiting from occupation.
Security multinational G4S, which branded itself a shambles over the Olympics staffing crisis, has been shortlisted among the world’s most shameful firms of 2012.
A report released by War on Want says the Chancellor's anti-abuse rule will have no impact on the tax avoided by Amazon, Google and Starbucks.
Tax justice advocates have criticised George Osborne's announced clampdown on tax avoidance as "hollow" and "yet more hypocrisy".