Government announces expansion of delayed child trafficking initiative

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, October 10, 2018

An initiative designed to support vulnerable child trafficking victims is set to be expanded, more than three and a half years after legislation to pave the way for it was passed, it has been announced.

Home Office minister Victoria Atkins said independent advocates provide invaluable specialist support to child victims of modern slavery. Picture: UK Parliament
Home Office minister Victoria Atkins said independent advocates provide invaluable specialist support to child victims of modern slavery. Picture: UK Parliament

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