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Trafficking reports 'not surprising'


A BBC investigation has found that criminal elements of the British and Irish travelling community have been transporting dozens of vulnerable British men abroad, forcing them to work as virtual slaves.

One man we're calling "Peter" describes his experience of being trafficked to Sweden while Myria Vassiliadou, the EU anti-trafficking coordinator, describes the scale of the problem.

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