Study suggests thousands of victims of 'something akin to modern slavery' are suffering from post-traumatic stress, severe depression and anxiety
Safraz Ahmed keep his wife isolated by locking her inside the house and humiliated her by forcing her to wash in the garden
Londoner Safraz Ahmed, 34, faces jail after pleading guilty to keeping his wife as a slave
Birth control pills and injections are forced on captives in order to stop them from becoming pregnant so they can repeatedly raped and sold between their captors
Officers attended an address in Bamford and found a 28-year-old woman held in domestic servitude
Mohammed Rafiq, whose factory supplied John Lewis and Next, used Hungarian traffickers to supply his workforce
The Central American state is seen as one of the worst countries in the world to be a woman – with the third-highest rate of femicide globally
The allegations relate to fishing and cocoa farming
Inuk was treated as the personal property of Emmanuel and Antan Edet, not brutal gangmasters controlling cockle pickers or agricultural workers but health professionals with well-paid jobs
Dr Emmanuel Edet and his wife Antan forced a teenager illegally brought into Britain to work 17 hours a day
Back 1970, only three categories were available: "free white females and males," "all other free persons," and "slaves"
Kevin Hyland says practice of jailing trafficked people continues despite series of past blunders
The Home Office should be stripped of almost all its front-line responsibilities for monitoring human trafficking because of poor decision-making and shambolic data collection, a cross-party group of MPs is expected to recommend this week.
McQueen confronts what few filmmakers have been prepared to address
Sea Shepherd would aim to scupper missions by any means, whether it was throwing foul-smelling acid or sinking ships. At what point did you join?
Home Office confirms Bill will be published on same day Theresa May receives evidence from MPs and experts, who urged her to 'make the most of the opportunity' to change the law