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  • Newspaper

    Brignall, M. and Butler, S.

    Bangladesh garment factories still exploiting child labour for UK products

    2014 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Brignall and Butler)

    Your Bibliography: Brignall, Miles, and Sarah Butler. "Bangladesh Garment Factories Still Exploiting Child Labour For UK Products." The Guardian 2014. Web. 21 Feb. 2015.

  • Newspaper

    Brignall, M. and Butler, S.

    Bangladesh garment factories still exploiting child labour for UK products

    2014 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Brignall and Butler)

    Your Bibliography: Brignall, Miles, and Sarah Butler. "Bangladesh Garment Factories Still Exploiting Child Labour For UK Products." The Guardian 2014. Web. 21 Feb. 2015.

  • Newspaper

    Gover, D.

    Slaves and Human Trafficking Victims Forced to Work on Cannabis Farms in UK

    2014 - International Business Times

    In-text: (Gover)

    Your Bibliography: Gover, Dominic. "Slaves And Human Trafficking Victims Forced To Work On Cannabis Farms In UK." International Business Times 2014. Web. 21 Feb. 2015.

  • Newspaper

    Gover, D.

    Slaves and Human Trafficking Victims Forced to Work on Cannabis Farms in UK

    2014 - International Business Times

    In-text: (Gover)

    Your Bibliography: Gover, Dominic. "Slaves And Human Trafficking Victims Forced To Work On Cannabis Farms In UK." International Business Times 2014. Web. 21 Feb. 2015.

  • Report

    Hough, M., Warburton, H., Few, B., May, T., Man, L., Witton, J. and Turnbull, P. J.

    A Growing Market: The Domestic Cultivation of Cannabis

    2003 - Joseph Rowntree Foundation - York

    In-text: (Hough et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Hough, Mike et al. A Growing Market: The Domestic Cultivation Of Cannabis. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2003. Web. 21 Feb. 2015.

  • Report

    Hough, M., Warburton, H., Few, B., May, T., Man, L., Witton, J. and Turnbull, P. J.

    A Growing Market: The Domestic Cultivation of Cannabis

    2003 - Joseph Rowntree Foundation - York

    In-text: (Hough et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Hough, Mike et al. A Growing Market: The Domestic Cultivation Of Cannabis. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2003. Web. 21 Feb. 2015.

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