Amazon Anonymous in 'Christmas card' protest

Amazon Anonymous in 'Christmas card' protest

Campaign group Amazon Anonoymous has delivered a "Christmas card" to the company's UK boss Christopher North challenging him to pay workers the Living Wage.

The card, delivered to Amazon's UK headquarters in Slough yesterday (22nd December) was two metres wide and mimicked the design of an Amazon Prime Free Trial customer card. On the back was an anonoymous testimony from a warehouse worker, which read: "I have never felt such depression from work in my life and I felt so isolated, and I felt unable to do anything about how I was being treated, we were forced to just accept it."

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