The Connors family were sentenced in December to a total of nearly 19 years in prison.
They lured vulnerable men off the streets in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Gloucestershire before forcing them into hard labour.
See Rebecca Broxton's report on the day the family were sentenced.
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A rather cold and unsettled week.