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Man found guilty in Southampton slavery case

Man sentenced to 21 months in prison, suspended for two years, after using ‘degrading’ behaviour to force another man to work for him.

Human Trafficking Arrests Made in Wiltshire

Three men were arrested earlier at a travellers' site in Semington and taken into custody.

Home Secretary reveals more than 100 possible slavery victims identified following Oxford raids

Home Secretary Theresa May revealed there were more than 100 potential victims identified for Operation Rague.

Human Trafficking Foundation welcomes the Modern Slavery Act

Modern Slavery Act 2015

Just how badly does the UK protect victims of trafficking?

The government claims its Modern Slavery Bill, that passed into law today, is proof that it cares about victims.

A number of raids across the country as part of an operation to tackle human trafficking.

More than 150 police officers have carried out a number of raids across the country, including at six nail bars, as part of an ope

If the UK government doesn't protect exploited domestic workers, it is complicit in slavery

Modern slavery bill fails vulnerable women

This week, British MPs face a simple choice.

Modern Slavery Everywhere in (supply) chains

“THE time that I went into the camp and I looked, I was shocked. Where all my expectations and my happiness all got destroyed, that was the minute that it happened.” So testified Sony Sulekha, one of the plaintiffs in the largest human-trafficking case ever brought in America.

Home Secretary calls for Church help in tackling modern slavery

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