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In a globalised world, there is no cure for slavery | Simon Jenkins

PUBLISHED December 16, 2013

After a century of lecturing the outside world on the evils of slavery, Britain apparently needs to pass a law suppressing it within its own borders. There are an estimated 10,000 people living in slavery in Britain, a rise of "25% in a year", according to the home secretary, Theresa May ? figures that look so vague they are hard to believe.

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