Monday, May 16, 2016

Beyonce’s HOT New Slave Sweat Shop – Topshop

The worker . . . machinist we spoke to said there was little opportunity to escape poverty 
Beyonce says she wants her Ivy Park gym gear to support and inspire women — while Topshop claims it “empowers women through sport”.
But poverty-stricken seamstresses making some of the clothes in the MAS Holdings ­factory in Sri Lanka earn just £4.30 a day.
It would cost them more than a month’s wages to buy a pair of Beyonce’s £100 leggings.
The workers, mostly young women from poor rural villages, can only afford to live in boarding houses and work more than 60 hours a week to make ends meet.
Most are reluctant to speak out for fear of losing their jobs.
Campaigners insist the women are being exploited and treated like slaves.