Top stories this week on just-style include a look at the ten worst countries in the world for worker rights, how Tunisia is underpinning its success as a jeans supplier, and forecasts for online shopping to double to more than 50% of UK retail sales in the next decade.

The world's 10 worst countries for workers
An annual survey of violations of human and trade union rights ranks key apparel-producing nations including Bangladesh, Cambodia, Colombia, Guatemala, the Philippines and Turkey among the ten worst countries in the world for worker rights.

German government "stalling" on supply chain monitoring?
The German government has been accused of trying to weaken measures that would track how well companies in the country identify and respond to possible human rights abuses in their supply chains.

Sustainability underpins Tunisia jeans sourcing success
Tunisia is underpinning its success as a jeans supplier by promoting its quality specialist production that employs sustainable environmental and social practices.

Online to account for 53% of retail sales by 2028
Online shopping is set to double to account for more than 50% of UK retail sales in the next decade – powered by the changing demographic of the UK adult population, the development of faster, cheaper, in-home deliveries and fewer physical stores. However, there are also potential risks ahead for retailers that don't prioritise data security.

Fire breaks out in Bangladesh cotton spinning mill
A fire has broken out at a cotton spinning mill in Bangladesh, the third of its kind in less than six months.