Hidden in woodland, camp houses up to 100 Vietnamese people on their way to work in British cannabis farms and nail bars

Detailed accounts of a holding camp in Northern France, where hundreds of vulnerable Vietnamese young people are housed every year before being smuggled into exploitation in the UK, have prompted anti-trafficking charities to call on the British and French governments to disrupt the criminal networks running the site.

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