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Human trafficking is on the rise. Whether for sexual exploitation or forced labour, women, men and children are being trafficked to and inside the UK. In July 2011 the new UK strategy on human trafficking was published by the Home Office. It promises to tackle the problem in four distinct ways. This article looks at those promises and critically assesses how child victims of trafficking currently fair in the UK and if their plight will be any better under the new UK Strategy.
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