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A total of 80 companies, including Marks & Spencer, H&M, Burberry and Primark, have made significant progress towards cutting hazardous chemicals from their clothing production by 2020, a new report from Greenpeace shows, but it highlights that more must be done across the fashion industry.
Boring product and bad customer service: as we unveil the final instalment of our comprehensive seasonal high street Hit or Miss series, analysing what the biggest womenswear, menswear and footwear retailers have to offer for autumn 15, fashion editor Graeme Moran highlights the key issues how retailers can tackle them.