The members of a criminal gang which brought women from Hungary into the UK to work as prostitutes have been jailed for a total of twenty-two years. The four men and one woman ran a highly-organised conspiracy for two years, making huge sums of money.
The traffickers co-erced their victims to work out of locations including hotels at Gatwick and a student flat at Sussex University. Malcolm Shaw reports.
The interviewees are David Fairclough, Home Office and Detective Sergeant Glenn Taylor from Sussex Police.
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