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Big Give Christmas Challenge helps rescue kids from slavery - Andrew Bevan

1 month ago   |   By The Scotsman

A new police unit has just been set up in Scotland to tackle child trafficking. It started because increasing numbers of Vietnamese young people were seeking help from Edinburgh local authorities after being trafficked to the city, likely destined to work in nail bars, car washes, on cannabis farms or in the sex industry. This follows on from the recent news that sent shockwaves through the UK; 39 Vietnamese migrants found frozen to death in a lorry in Essex.
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