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While Primark's ethical codes promise to have factories regularly checked by independent auditors for safety, employees interviewed at a Primark factory by a War On Want investigator found that managers were given prior notice of social audits, and workers had been bullied by their bosses to lie about their working conditions to inspectors.As customers flowed through its doors this weekend, Primark's marketing blurb was still claiming that its success was a result of its 'Super Competitive Prices', which it put down to its 'technology, efficient distribution and volume buying'.

'Women I spoke to were working 18-20 hours a day to meet targets.There are no trade unions and because few of the women have any formal education or legal knowledge they do not know their human rights are being flouted.'Primark claims to have signed up to the ETI (Ethical Trading Initiative), which pledges commitment to changing their working conditions.'As members of the ETI we are fully committed to the campaign to improve working standards in Bangladesh,' it says.