Ethical fashion protesters set to take over Oxford Street

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Ethical fashion protesters set to take over Oxford Street

A protest is set to take place on Oxford Street later today on the eve of the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh which killed more than 1100 workers. 

Fashion campaigning groups Labour Behind the Label and War on Want say they want to highlight the role UK high street brands have played in the disaster. 

Tansy Hoskins, author of 'Stitched Up. - The Anti-Captialist Book of fashion’, explains more.

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