China’s Forced Labour Camps
Tuesday, 15 December
With calls for tighter coronavirus restrictions over Christmas, plans for the UK’s four nations to allow three households to meet are coming under strain. BBC Wales’s political editor Felicity Evans explains why there’s pressure in both directions. Branwen Jeffreys is back to tell us about the row over schools staying open before the holidays. And John Sudworth talks us through his latest investigation, which raises the worrying prospect that clothes in our shops could contain cotton picked by forced labour in China.
Studio Director: Jonathan Greer
Producers: Ben Weisz, Georgia Coan
Output Editor: Rick Kelsey
Editor: Dino Sofos