Midlands agency helps bring down modern slavery gang

A recruitment agency co-operated with authorities to bring a major modern slavery network to justice.

Late last week, the BBC reported the network tricked vulnerable people, including the homeless, ex-prisoners and alcoholics, from Poland into England with the promise of work and a better life but instead they were forced to live in rat-infested houses and work in menial jobs.

Eight offenders, who police disclosed are members and associates of two Polish crime...

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