Londoners taught to stop modern-day slavery

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Londoners taught to stop modern-day slavery

People in West London are being invited to take part in a programme, which aims to make it easier to spot the signs of modern day slavery.

The City Bridge Trust and Detectives from the MET have worked with the charity Stop The Traffik - to create the awareness campaign.

Alison Gowman is chair of the City Bridge Trust, Robyn Phillips is from Stop the Traffik and DCI Phil Brewer leads Scotland Yard's modern slavery and kidnap unit.

More information can be found on Stop the Traffik's website.

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