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The Olympics-motivated cooperation between the Metropolitan and the Romanian police is the most recent attempt to clear London’s streets of groups of beggars at a time when the eyes of the world are on the city.

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By Michael McHugh – 06 July 2012

Rong Chen, 35, conned women into coming to Northern Ireland believing they would work as child minders.

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Couple jailed for forced labour

Thursday, 12 July 2012 16:54

James John, 34, and Josie Connors, 31, who are both members of a traveller family, "brutally manipulated and exploited" the men for financial gain at a caravan site near Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire.

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The first man to be convicted under new sex trafficking legislation in Scotland has been ordered to hand over £45,000 under proceeds of crime laws.
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Prostitution boss told to 
pay £45,000

Thursday, 23 January 2014 10:34

A SEX trafficker who controlled a prostitution network across the UK has been ordered to pay £45,000, the Crown Office said.

Stephen Craig, 35, from Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, was jailed for three years and four months last year for arranging travel, accommodation and 
advertising for 14 women.

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Before the summer Olympics open in London this July, Christian responsible investment groups are working to prevent any games-related human trafficking -- from prostitution in London hotels to slave and child labor in the global supply chains of Olympic sponsors and suppliers.

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NORTHERN Ireland’s public prosecutors must do more to bring successful prosecutions against those involved in human trafficking, it was claimed yesterday.

On Tuesday evening, more than 130 premises were raided on both sides of the border and eight people arrested in a joint PSNI/Garda operation targeting organised prostitution, criminality and money laundering.

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With their eyes glued to the storybooks on their desks that author Oscar Ranzo is reading aloud to them, it may appear that the primary six students at St Moses School, Jinja, are deeply immersed in an English lesson.

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Forcing someone to marry will become a criminal offence in England and Wales, the Prime Minister announced today.

The decision to create a specific offence of forced marriage follows a 12 week consultation which took views from the public, victims, charities and frontline agencies.

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An elite Metropolitan police squad has come under fire in a highly critical report commissioned by the London mayor, Boris Johnson, for its investigations into sex trafficking in the runup to the Olympics.

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