Modern slavery affects every one of us. Join us every week as we speak to people from all walks of life about how they're combatting this global epidemic and what you can do to join the fight.
Today, we sit down with Caroline Haughey OBE QC, a renowned barrister who helped draft the Modern Slavery Act. She also led the prosecution for Operation Fort, the largest case of modern slavery ever tried in the UK. She explains the details of the case, the struggle bringing the perpetrators to justice, and how you can spot signs of modern slavery in your own life.
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