M&S and Asos back employment pledge for Ukrainian refugees

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A consortium of British businesses is in talks with the government to offer employment and accommodation to refugees fleeing Ukraine.

A group of more than 45 large businesses, including Marks & Spencer, Asos, Lush and recruitment firm Robert Walters, is pressing the government to provide support for people escaping Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to come to the UK, amid criticism of the speed and scale of its response to the crisis.

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