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This Library Note provides background reading for the question for short debate to be held on Thursday 2 February: “To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their assessment of trafficking of adults and children into and within the United Kingdom”. It provides definitions and statistics on human trafficking both globally and in the UK, and outlines domestic and international policy to combat the problem.


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