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To do that, we needed ideas, and we slotted ourselves into different tracks for brainstorm sessions. I took the future of cities on the first day, where New York University Paul Romer, who told us that are where the action is. We were broken into groups and asked to devise, bit by bit, a new contest that could produce an innovation that would improve life in cities, for the poor and for the rich.
They said cash payments to casual workers in November and December may have been no more than 3.50 an hour.It added this was not because of insufficient profit margins from Primark, but due to the custom and practice in the textile community in that area.The report said auditors had not been able to establish the hours worked at the company, as workers “could not be believed”.But it said it was possible they may regularly work in excess of 48 hours a week.A Primark spokesman said it was the third time in less than a year auditors had inspected TNS, and it was “very disappointed.””There are no excuses. We are absolutely committed to ensuring that the factories who sell to us treat their workers fairly and equitably.”Many of the issues identified in the audit are totally unacceptable to Primark and the company is determined that standards at this supplier must improve if it is to remain part of the Primark supply chain.”Primark will help the supplier improve its practices, he said.”However, if TNS Knitwear cannot improve its standards even with the benefit of external help, Primark reserves the right to refuse to place new contracts with this company,” he added.The BBC News investigation also found Peacocks clothing being manufactured at TNS Knitwear, and the fashion chain has also launched an investigation.Primark is best known for its cheap fashion clothing and bucked the trend on Britain’s high street last year to make a 233m profit.On its website, it claims to deliver fast fashion without breaking its ethical code or exploiting its workers. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.