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Father and son convicted of people trafficking offences linked to modern day slavery in Dover

The Kent ringleaders of a modern day slavery network have been found guilty of people trafficking offences.

Canterbury Crown Court heard the 48 and 26 year-olds preyed on vulnerable homeless people in the Czech Republic - promising them free accommodation in and around Dover and good money.

Instead, up to 18 victims were found living in a four bedroom home and were paid just 20 pounds a week.

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