Staff making Wenlock and Mandeville toys say they were paid as little as £6 a day and forced to work illegal overtime hours.
Olympics merchandise for London 2012 is being produced in sweatshop conditions with staff earning as little as £6 a day, despite organisers promising to clean up its supply chain, according to a new report.
Activists in China spoke to dozens of factory workers and discovered staff were forced to work up to 120 hours overtime a month, nearly three times the legal limit.
At one factory, staff had to buy their own safety masks and were fined half a day's salary if they were five minutes late to work.
Source and full story: The Guardian, 24 July 2012