Two Guardian reporters have gone undercover at the Sports Direct warehouse and exposed the company's heavy-handed approach to its treatment of agency workers.  In particular, all staff are searched at the end of each shift (including having to show their socks and the waistband of their underwear) to check for stolen sports-wear.  In light of the recent European case, there's a good argument that the time spent undergoing this rather invasive search amounts to working time and the Unions are arguing the workers should be paid for it.  It's not the first time that Sports Direct's employment practises are in the spotlight, and it probably won't be the last.