Parliamentary Questions

  • 18 Dec 2015 - Written Answer, Human Trafficking: Telephone Services, Home Office, asked by Fiona BruceTo ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many victims ofhuman trafficking have been identified and their identities subsequently forwarded to the police as a result of people calling the NSPCC human trafficking and slavery helpline between July 2014 and June 2015.
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  • 15 Dec 2015 - Written Answer - Human Trafficking: Prosecutions, Attorney General, asked by Fiona BruceTo ask the Attorney General, how many alleged human traffickers have been prosecuted by the CPS as a result of calls made to the NSPCC human traffickingand modern slavery helpline between July 2014 and June 2015.
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  • 14 Dec 2015 - Written Answer - Human Trafficking: Victim Support Schemes, Home Office, asked by Mark FieldTo ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what the average unit cost of caring for a victim of human trafficking in a government-funded shelter is; and if she will make a statement.
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  • 14 Dec 2015 - Written Answer - Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Modern Slavery, Home Office, asked by Mark FieldTo ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on how many occasions the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Modern Slavery met in (a) 2013, (b) 2014 and (c) 2015; who attended each such meeting; and in what ways that group is fulfilling the role of the national rapporteur.
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  • 8 Dec 2015 - Written Answer - Human Trafficking: Children, Home Office, asked by David BurrowesTo ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, when she plans to lay before Parliament a report on the steps the Government proposes to take in relation to independent child trafficking advocates, pursuant to section 48(7) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
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  • 2 Dec 2015 - Written Answer - Human Trafficking: Sub-Saharan Africa, Home Office, asked by Lord BoatengTo ask Her Majesty’s Government what measures were adopted at the Valetta Conference to strengthen law enforcement action against people smugglers inSub-Saharan Africa, and to increase awareness amongst local populations in Sub-Saharan Africa of the dangers of informal migration routes across the Sahara and the Mediterranean.
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