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ASOS – keep workers safe - shut up shop

Workers are terrified. It has to stop. 

Thousands of workers are crowded into the ASOS warehouse in Barnsley. 

Reports of ambulance call outs, lack of protective equipment, and people catching crammed transport to get to work – all to deliver ‘fast fashion’.  

It’s putting workers, their families and whole communities at risk.   

Our country is facing a deadly pandemic - and people’s safety must come first. 

Retailer Next has agreed to close their local warehouse to keep workers safe - paying all workers in full - using the Government's 80% wage guarantee. 

Now it’s time for ASOS to do the responsible thing - and shut up shop. 

Will you back our call on ASOS bosses?

Sign our open letter to ASOS CEO Nick Beighton

Dear Nick Beighton, ASOS CEO

The daily reports emerging about working conditions in your Barnsley warehouse are deeply disturbing.

Workers are terrified.  Our country is facing a deadly pandemic - and people’s safety must come first.

The Government has introduced an unprecedented wage support scheme to support you to do the right thing by your workers.  It’s time for ASOS to close your doors - and pay your workers in full.

Thousands of workers are still coming to work, risking spreading the virus and taking it back to their families.

It’s not right and it’s irresponsible.

Put people’s safety before your profit margins.

Do the right thing – and shut up shop.

Yours sincerely,

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Dear Nick Beighton, ASOS CEO

The daily reports emerging about working conditions in your Barnsley warehouse are deeply disturbing. Workers are terrified.

Our country is facing a deadly pandemic - and people’s safety must come first.

The Government has introduced an unprecedented wage support scheme to support you to do the right thing by your workers.

It’s time for ASOS to close your doors - and pay your workers in full.

Thousands of workers are still coming to work, risking spreading the virus and taking it back to their families. It’s not right, it’s irresponsible and it’s not essential.

Put people’s safety before your profit margins.

Do the right thing – and shut up shop.

Yours sincerely,

Sign now!

Please sign our open letter to ASOS boss Nick Beighton

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