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Police interview 'slave' trio

Three women allegedly held as slaves will be formally interviewed by police for the first time today. Officers have had indirect contact with the trio but have had to wait until trauma experts gave them the go-ahead to take their accounts in person.

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'Slavery' victims speak in 1997 documentary

ITV News has uncovered documentary footage of members of the alleged 'slavery' commune in south London.

These pictures from 1997 show members of the group responding to questions about the death of group member Sian Davies, who died following a fall from a window of a house used by the group.

Members are also seen attending an inquest into the death of Sian Davies, who was paralysed following the fall.

Miss Davies' family criticised the group at the inquest and in an interview today for not telling them for several months that she was paralysed in hospital.

The family only learned of the fall when Miss Davies died in hospital.

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