Independent commissioner calls for licensing to prevent trafficked migrants having to work in slave-like conditions

Britain’s nail bars have such a high risk of modern slavery that a licensing scheme should be introduced to prevent trafficked Vietnamese migrants being employed in slave-like conditions, Britain’s independent anti-trafficking commissioner is proposing.

A new report by the independent anti-slavery commissioner, Kevin Hyland, provides the most detailed picture yet of the exploitation of Vietnamese nationals en route to and within the UK. It highlights a rising number of exploited Vietnamese workers in nail bars across the country, alongside the use of Vietnamese workers in cannabis farms.

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