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5 pairs of socks £1 at primark
5 pairs of socks £1 at primark

5 pairs of socks £1 at primark

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just been into primark and they have a 5 pack of ladies socks reduced from £3 down to £1

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Poor quality products produced by slave labour.....cold sorry

Original Poster

Welcome to oppinion but i wouldnt post a deal which had shown any proof that the company had used slave labour

corred1964

Poor quality products produced by slave labour.....cold sorry


It would be nice if more products were make in the UK however the price of the products would go up.If the public wouldn't mind this additional cost then all well and good. However it seems most people want cheap products and forget about the unemployment in the UK.

Edited by: "roister" 20th Jun 2014

we all need socks....

[quote=foxters30]Welcome to oppinion but i wouldnt post a deal which had shown any proof that the company had used slave labour

hello. .dont you remember whay happened in Bangladesh! !!

Cold, spend a bit extra and get a quality pair like these (the sexy legs come free): ebay.co.uk/itm…891
Edited by: "NEtech" 20th Jun 2014

foxters30

Welcome to oppinion but i wouldnt post a deal which had shown any proof … Welcome to oppinion but i wouldnt post a deal which had shown any proof that the company had used slave labour



mirror.co.uk/new…574

bbc.co.uk/new…487

theguardian.com/wor…hts

Think about it.....the raw materials cost more than the £1 they are charging, add on shipping & import charges....just who do you think makes them ??

Primark are the modern day sugar plantation owners
Edited by: "corred1964" 20th Jun 2014

At least they get paid. Slaves only got abused, and made many countries rich.

foxters30

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/bbc/8579966/BBC-to-apologise-over-faked-footage-in-Panorama-report-about-Primark.html



Pakistan still proves that they use sweatshop & child labour to produce their crap clothes......but hey if some people are mug enough to buy them & keep the "slavery" going then so be it....only the consumer can stop it by demanding workers pay & conditions

got some of these about two years back, prob with primark stuff is the label only ever mentions dublin and madrid, i have stuff from sainsburys and asda that says bangladesh ( where primark get their stuff made too), so.. it would be brill if they moved clothes making back to the uk.

NEtech

Cold, spend a bit extra and get a quality pair like these (the sexy legs … Cold, spend a bit extra and get a quality pair like these (the sexy legs come free): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/111384360617?clk_rvr_id=654019278891


Ewwww. That is grim.

Original Poster

corred1964

Pakistan still proves that they use sweatshop & child labour to produce … Pakistan still proves that they use sweatshop & child labour to produce their crap clothes......but hey if some people are mug enough to buy them & keep the "slavery" going then so be it....only the consumer can stop it by demanding workers pay & conditions



Its good to hear you don't use any of the other companies which were found to be having items made by the same people being paid a living wage suvh as
Bonmarché, C&A Foundation, Camaïeu, El Corte Inglés, Inditex, KiK, Loblaw, LPP S.A., Mango, Mascot, Premier Clothing, and Walmart and The Children's Place through BRAC USAAdler Modemärkte

Grabalok (Store 21)

Manifattura Corona

Ascena Retail

Iconix (Lee Cooper)


Auchan

J C Penney

NKD

Benetton

KANZ/ Kids Fashion Group

PWT (Texman)

Carrefour

I don't think many people realise how many clothes shops get their products made in the same place. Lots of New look clothes are the same as Primark clothes but with different tags.

Primark is just in the papers more

foxters30

Its good to hear you don't use any of the other companies which were … Its good to hear you don't use any of the other companies which were found to be having items made by the same people being paid a living wage suvh as Bonmarché, C&A Foundation, Camaïeu, El Corte Inglés, Inditex, KiK, Loblaw, LPP S.A., Mango, Mascot, Premier Clothing, and Walmart and The Children's Place through BRAC USAAdler ModemärkteGrabalok (Store 21)Manifattura CoronaAscena RetailIconix (Lee Cooper)Auchan J C PenneyNKDBenettonKANZ/ Kids Fashion GroupPWT (Texman)Carrefour



Indeed I do not buy from & own no clothing bought from any of those companies ....

arteclair

I don't think many people realise how many clothes shops get their … I don't think many people realise how many clothes shops get their products made in the same place. Lots of New look clothes are the same as Primark clothes but with different tags.Primark is just in the papers more



New Look are hardly a premium brand either ..... there are distinct differences between the quality of decent branded goods & Prrimark

Many food manufacturers make products for both regular & discount brands.....often in the same factories, but there is a huge difference in the quality of the ingredients going into them

Get a grip of yourselves a bargain is a bargain that is why use are all on hukd is it not??

False economy I reckon. I've stayed away from shopping at Primark for the most part, but the one time I did try them I bought some cheap socks and they all shrunk and developed holes in them after a couple of washes. Just pay a few quid more for decent ones that will last.

ca1ade

False economy I reckon. I've stayed away from shopping at Primark for the … False economy I reckon. I've stayed away from shopping at Primark for the most part, but the one time I did try them I bought some cheap socks and they all shrunk and developed holes in them after a couple of washes. Just pay a few quid more for decent ones that will last.




Agreed

foxters30

Its good to hear you don't use any of the other companies which were … Its good to hear you don't use any of the other companies which were found to be having items made by the same people being paid a living wage suvh as Bonmarché, C&A Foundation, Camaïeu, El Corte Inglés, Inditex, KiK, Loblaw, LPP S.A., Mango, Mascot, Premier Clothing, and Walmart and The Children's Place through BRAC USAAdler ModemärkteGrabalok (Store 21)Manifattura CoronaAscena RetailIconix (Lee Cooper)Auchan J C PenneyNKDBenettonKANZ/ Kids Fashion GroupPWT (Texman)Carrefour



Also Monsoon, and their prices are many times higher than those of Primark. Seems to me the pricetag bears no correlation to whether it was made ethically or not.

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