Three members of the same family have gone on trial accused of keeping vulnerable men in squalid conditions and forcing them to work like slaves. They're accused of making four men perform 'menial and degrading' jobs for no money - their passports and driving licences allegedly taken from them. The men - aged between 25 and 60 - were found in June last year when police raided an illegal travellers camp set up in a car park in Hamble in Hampshire. One of their alleged victims described his life like "a serf in the middle ages". From Southampton Crown Court, Kerry Swain reports.
The travellers' camp set up in a Hampshire car park.