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Human rights must not be ‘trampled’ in global rush for PPE, say MPs

Calls come after Guardian finds UK sourced PPE from factories in China where North Koreans work in modern slavery

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MPs and experts in the procurement of personal protective equipment have said human rights must not be “trampled” in the rush to secure PPE for frontline workers via global supply chains.

The calls come after a Guardian investigation found evidence that the British government had sourced PPE from factories in China where hundreds of North Korean women have been secretly working in conditions of modern slavery.

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