Marks & Spencer has been named the UK’s most ethical clothing retailer in a survey carried out by Ethical Consumer magazine.
The survey, which was published to tie in with the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory disaster in Bangladesh, in which more than 1,100 people died, ranked more than 100 of the UK’s retailers. M&S came top with 10.5
out of 20 marks available, followed by H&M and Zara, which both scored 9.5. George at Asda scored the lowest with zero. Bonmarché scored second lowest with 1.5 and Sainsbury’s Tu was third lowest with 2.5. People Tree, Living Crafts and THTC were named as the most ethical clothing brands in the UK, while Pants to Poverty, Peau-Ethique and Who Made Your Pants? were the most ethical brands for underwear.