A traveller family who lured vulnerable men off the streets to carry out hard labour for little or no pay has been sentenced to almost 19 years in prison.
The Connors from Cheltenham employed a personal workforce, confiscated their benefits, and forced them to live in squalid conditions.
Rebecca Broxton reports from Bristol Crown Court:
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