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Four brands that suggest British made fashion is back in business From a company making clothes from nylon ocean and landfill waste, to one whose makers come from women’s groups and charities, four brands t... Lifestyle UK
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The UK workers' co-op filling in fast fashion's gaps A manufacturers’ co-operative wants to revive British clothes making via a network of factories in the north of England and Scotland ... Society UK
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Fizzably different: the ethical cola brand that’s transforming the world’s most popular soft drink Cola isn’t usually associated with ethical business, but one brand is going back to the drink’s roots and reimagining what a cola company ca... Written in partnership with Karma Cola
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5 co-ops for the 21st century Though the co-operative model has been around for hundreds of years, it's still relevant today. Our pick of 5 co-operatives in today's digit... Written in partnership with The Phone Co-op
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6 co-ops behind the brands Co-operatives don't just work with small, independent businesses - they supply some big household names too... Written in partnership with The Phone Co-op
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Uber and out: here come the co-ops From the gig economy to the unfairly shared spoils of global capitalism, inequality threatens to drive the UK apart. Could the answer be to ... Written in partnership with The Phone Co-op
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