back corbyn t-shirt was made in sweatshop
Shirts sold to raise money for Jeremy Corbyn\'s leadership campaign were made by Bangladeshi workers who paid only 30 p per hour.
Supporters of a group of Workers\' Party leaders have announced that they have canceled contracts with manufacturers because of these allegations.
Mr. Corbin launched his leadership campaign on the basis of defending workers\' rights.
Some mechanics in the factory that made T-
Production shirts are said to work 10 hours a day.
In support of Mr. Corbyn\'s leadership, a sports team was set up and Momentum sold the costumes for £ 10 per piece.
The group says they think they may be misled by \"third parties --
Suppliers related to labor practice \".