MPs demand Boohoo bonuses linked with ethical and environmental pledges

Mahmud Kamani Boohoo joint chief executive 3

The Environmental Audit Committee has written to Boohoo asking for its senior executives’ bonuses be linked to the progress made on its commitment to clean up its supply chain.

Since the fast-fashion etailer was accused of modern slavery in its Leicester factories last July, it has been on a mission to overhaul and audit its suppliers to ensure good and fair working conditions.

The Environmental Audit Committee has asked for an update on Boohoo’s commitments to its environmental and social responsibilities, as laid out before the committee in December.

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