In the Media

Britain's shameless role in helping sex traffickers keep thousands of women in slavery

PUBLISHED October 11, 2005

Criminal vice-masters are making millions profiting from trafficked women in a growing illegal trade, which MPs will this week claim the Government is failing to stop.

Senior police say cities are so flooded with sex-trafficked women that turf wars are breaking out between rival gangs as supply starts to outstrip demand. Criminals even use the internet to advertise the services of women tricked into sex slavery.