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Slavery still alive and well in modern Britain

Fri, 18/11/2011 - 14:12

By Jennifer Matthys – With figures released by the Department of Education this week showing that at least 8,000 young girls, whom the authorities know about, and, more importantly, admit to, are each year forced against their will into marriage, it seems that slavery is still very much in existence in modern Britain. 


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