I believe that the English clothing retailers need to take responsibility in the plight of factory workers. They are responsible for the working conditions they are putting the workers in. It is seen worldwide the clothing retailers don’t own any factories and that is why it is often said that they are not responsible for the conditions in the factories. As per my understanding the clothing retailers should be considered responsible because at the end it is the retailers who decide which factory will produce their goods and at what price. They also control the decisions such as how much the workers will be paid and in what conditions they will work and survive. They only think about one aspect that is profit and from the views towards CSR we have discussed it can be seen that they favour narrow view towards CSR which is profit maximisation. They don’t care of the dangerous and unhealthy working conditions which can cost the workers their health and also sometimes their lives. As an individual after going through the documentary and also conducting some research I firmly believe that the clothing retailers accept their responsibility in order to end the crisis in the factories. They are liable for the safety of the workers and also for the factories where the garments are produced. English clothing retailers need to focus on the codes of conduct and need to make sure that these codes are implemented properly. They need to consider the health and safety of the workers in the factories as their primary purpose. English clothing retailers need to provide duty of care towards their workers as it is always a two way dialogue. English clothing retailers need to accept the responsibility towards the workers and also understand that responsibility goes beyond the safety of the factories they are working in.