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In Bangladesh, owner under scrutiny in deadly collapse
More than a thousand people died because of one man - as an official inquiry into last month's garment factory collapse in Bangladesh blamed the owner for violating building codes. Many of the victims are now seeking compensation. But some workers might not receive a penny. It's been reported that their ID cards were confiscated when they got their final pay packets. ITV’s Jonathan Rugman reports.
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