Rise in child slavery victims attributed to county lines gangs

Neil Puffett
Friday, October 18, 2019

The number of children being identified as potential victims of modern slavery has increased by more than 800 per cent in the past five years, it has emerged, with the rise linked to the growing issue of so-called county lines gangs.

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