UPDATE: UK: Asos, M&S, Next join boycott on angora products
By Katie Smith | 16 December 2013
Asos, Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Next have become the latest retailers to halt production of angora products after an investigation by animal rights group PETA exposed "shocking" conditions in the industry.
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