Wide range of cases include human trafficking and prostitution, as well as people forced to work at car washes

Modern slavery and human trafficking is far more prevalent than previously thought, with a recent crackdown lifting the lid on the scale of the crime and potentially tens of thousands of victims in the UK, the National Crime Agency has said.

A surge in operations focusing on labour and sexual exploitation by the NCA suggests that the number of victims is much higher than estimated.

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