Labour Behind the Label

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Labour Behind the Label (LBL) is a campaign for workers' rights in the clothing industry. It is the platform of the international Clean Clothes Campaign in the United Kingdom. LBL's members include trade unions and their local branches, consumer organizations, campaign groups, and charities.

Its main activities are consumer education, lobbying companies, lobbying government, and solidarity with workers in disputes in factories producing for UK clothing companies.

LBL was involved with the global Play Fair at the Olympics campaign in 2004, which brought together trade unions and campaign groups to call for greater action from the Olympic movement and the sportswear industry on workers' rights.

It has repeatedly criticised British clothing billionaire Philip Green.

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