H&M checks for links to Chinese prison after Tesco Christmas card scandal

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A second high street giant has investigated whether its products were made in a Chinese jail, it emerged yesterday. The claim arose as a former British inmate said that he saw prisoners working with the H&M logo.

The Swedish fashion retailer said that it had warned its suppliers in China that they must not use prison labour after Peter Humphrey, a corporate investigator who was imprisoned in China, claimed that he saw fellow inmates working on items in return for necessities such as toiletries.

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