House of Lords votes to protect trafficked children

Anti-trafficking campaigners are celebrating victory in the House of Lords after a vote to give greater protection to trafficked children.

Peers voted by 282 to 184 for an amendment to the Immigration Bill which, if passed by the House of Commons in May, would see child trafficking guardians...

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