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and carry johnston harrington. the top stories on al jazeera leaders across the world of expressed their horror and outrage and the killing of former japanese prime minister sions, though i beg. he was shot dead on friday, while campaigning in the southwestern city of nero. mourners had been placing flowers at the site where abbey was gone down by a lone attacker. he was the conscious, longest serving prime minister. natasha gal name has more on the killing and the aftermath. o, a shot to the heart by a man with a home made gun routine campaigns, speech ending in an unprecedented assassination. former japanese prime minister sions obeyed, died friday morning in the western city of nora. he was campaigning for upper house elections scheduled for sunday seconds after our bay collapsed officers tackled the
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suspect. police say 41 year old tad thea yamagata me, told them he was disgruntled with abbe and aimed to kill him. it was a rare occurrence in a country with a low crime rate and some of the world's most restrictive gun laws. emma can men all q q, so we cannot accept that this violent act took place during an election. the foundation of democracy in the strongest terms, i condemn this attack until the 67 year old was a dynamo of japanese politics and a 3rd generation politician. his grandfather was prime minister, his father foreign minister who had b. r. b distinguished himself as the longest serving prime minister with 2 terms in office. he brought stability to a political system that tended to kind of churn out. prime ministers are one after
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another. i'm not only dad, but he was also transformative and japanese politics. he made japan a much more significant player in terms of regional and i would say, even global security. abbe promoted policies dubbed ib nomics, intended to boost the economy. he wanted to strengthen japan's geo political clout, by amending its post world war to pacifist constitution. it proved polarizing among the public and his efforts failed. during his last year in office, he was criticized for his handling of the coven 19 pandemic. because as i say, i've worked hard every single day to revitalize the economy and conduct diplomacy that would protect the national interest during this time. i am proud to have taken on various challenges with the japanese people. although i be resigned in 2020, citing poor health. the following year he returned to japanese politics and continued to wield influence within the liberal democratic party. a man who
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mask to enforce the merger agreement. former british chancellor, she soon ac has declared himself a candidate to replace morris johnson. as you case, prime minister soon acts resignation on tuesday, along with that of another senior cabinet minister triggered an avalanche of exits from at johnston's government. johnston is staying on his caretaker, prime minister until a successor is chosen. but some in his party want him gone. now there's other headlines in use, though, continues after al jazeera investigations. ah
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al jazeera is investigative unit reveals the true scale of modern slavery in suburban britain. behind the high street, there is a hidden work force under the control of slave masters. now their chattering says they had brought her to gary said bob, then they tied me to the bed and the guys did their joette dish without the robber . most of the initial victims of the modern slave trade, where women exploited for sex. how much will we have to pay you for the girls? by $1.00 of each go i now the market for slave labor spends a wide range of money making activities from now until i got with
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thousands of residential homes, have become cannabis forms, run by vietnamese gangs inside one worker trapped alone and afraid the 91 long after getting a little eastern european car washes, tell us they work all day, all week and live in squalor about the amount of money to booty. we confront those accused of modern slavery. i've just been surrounded with. thank congress you have point summons. so why haven't we reveal the blue chip companies that may have been caught with slaves in their supply chains? a scale modern flavor in the u. k is enormous. we're just seeing the tip of the iceberg. all new forms of slavery,
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fueling the growth of rich countries in today's globalized world, me across the world. more people are on the moon than ever before. driven out of their countries by ward and persecution, all they leave willingly hungry for a new life. in the wealthy west, but must migration has also led to a new surge in the slave trade. like the human cargo of 2 centuries ago, many victims of modern slavery or traffic forcibly to the u. k. all those a duke didn't go into britain with the promise of jobs that don't exist. thousands of others come voluntarily in search of a better life. only to fall into the hands of criminal gangs at britain forced
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the government to set up special units to spot adults and children who are vulnerable to a life of servitude. what we've seen in the past, the young, vulnerable looking goes traveling maybe with an older women or men who's controlling their possible and in quite dominating force. so we look at if he was behavior festival. and then if we got any concerns, starts can a few more questions about why they come in the u. k. a t throat, one of the spot to grease the colleague on an incoming flight. how the moment we call the remaining flight from big crest coming through, say, particularly on the spot, we've had a number of young european goes being traffic into the 2nd trade, the spotters rescue some potential victims before their ordeal begins. are you traveling from by yourself? what you're telling with someone a couple of the she had a number of people pouring into britain can be overwhelming.
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i t one was traffic to britain from his home in vietnam when he was just 15. his parents had both died by the time he was 10, he was taken to an orphanage in a nearby convent. after his father's death is sick mother had borrowed from loan sharks. now they came for their money. they demanded the church sign over the family home. when the church refused, the men turned violent. boy didn't daughter. they put my hands on a board. they took a knife, held my hand and chopped, chopped off a part of a finger, and wrapped it in a piece of paper. why don't you kill me if i didn't sign the loan paid? the severed finger was sent to the church as a warning, and they signed over the property. but the loan sharks abducted one and enslaved
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him in a warehouse. a few years later, he was taken 86000 miles by laurie to accountable farm in the u. k. very narrow hall, a thought on the warehouse was huge, lifted. i thought there were many plans that you knew that they were vegetables and there were lots of land. so you know, in order to learn, learn, you monet, lamb latoya nearly a work day and night. i had only 2 or 3 hours to sleep with only one blanket. it was very cold. hi, in my work at the weather till elected on here. i was better off dead because i worked so much like i was cold and hungry and beat and all i was so miserable would have been more comfortable to die.
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20 comes from the vin city in central vietnam. ah, the province is a hot bed of people, smugglers and human trackers, transport locals across continents and into britain i using it on the cover team. we track down one smuggler to this large gated house. oh, the i see more research is poses a couple hoping to live in britain the
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local service. i don't know. what would be the smuggler makes it sound easy, but the journey is for danger and it costs a lot of money. the move be smuggler brushes away. our research has concerns about being forced into modern slavery. me the
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one that i will get back with the smuggler says it will be easy to find jobs in britain. i. 8 you know,
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when i many vietnamese women to make it safety to the u. k. do end up working in nail bars . our investigation led us to a salon on the outskirts of london. or under cover a search, kim took a job there. although we no evidence of slavery, we discovered some one he'd been smuggled from vietnam. the shopper and his sister had just been brought in illegally. the final leg of her journey from france at a lorrie was the hardest. and that one, i mean, i mean when the police,
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oh okay. i am in a meeting and it did with the manual can more math on the nail bar owner describes the roots used by his sister, alonza conklin vida, wow. i was on with them. i might have to look. he then put the key on leave of the last week when he laughed. he's unhappy he that one thou, sally, that one of my son papa. something happened. we babble at night talk to later children, midnight. the smuggled women may be free to walk away. but without legal status or knowledge of english, they are often tied to their employers. smuggled vietnamese men
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often end up in a different trade in came made contact on line with a man, he'd become a gardener at the cannabis farm. he's kept inside an old looking terraced house on a suburban street in a little 9. i lay out by with the man tending these colored. his plans hardly ever leaves the house. there's no furniture, just rows of plants. he breathe in fume some chemical fertilizers. snatches a few hours sleep on an old mattress and lives in fear of his boss, the police,
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and on thugs who want to steal the drugs. death. oh, i love that my. i don't want a lot more mobile number mobile home. i won't bore on line because she got her. ah, i don't. i don't been nicole know who. why? like others toiling in britain's cannabis houses. he believes he will learn a lot of money. but so far it's a distant promise. the 91 wrong aggregate lou
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lou lou lou jenny, let me go by opening. ah, diana, by now with a little light lay along our research. a keeps in contact with the gardener. later we'll see her enter the cannabis house to meet him. the scale of bonded labor in britain lead to a new law. the modern slavery act introduced in 2015. it define modern slavery not in terms of shackleton chains, but forced labor force criminality. and any servitude obtained with threats, deception, or violence. the government also appointed an anti slavery commissioner, kevin highland recently returned from vietnam. he went to the area where we met our people smuggler. there was a network operating in that region who are exploiting people who start off
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as being smuggled. then as they move that turns into a case of traffic that could be called, that becomes a debt on the edge. and then they get moved into situation. for example, candidates, even nail balls or other situations where they are exploited and being forced to work in sometimes very dangerous situation. the government estimated around $13000.00 modern slaves in britain with the largest numbers from romania albania, nigeria, vietnam, and from britain itself. the assessment that we did in 2014, gave us 97 different countries that victims came from. that gives you a sense of that scale. 97 different countries and been identified there's no doubt that the scale morton slavery in the u. k. is enormous. we're just
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seen, you might even say just the tip of the iceberg. and read is the anti tracking director at the salvation army since 2011. the charity is ron government funded safe houses for the victims of modern slavery. in the 1st year there was $300.00 ac, but just in the last 6 months we've seen over a 1000 victims come into the service. a total of over $4000.00 people been referred to the salvation army for support. ah, yeah. the global market for human cargo increased prostitution, was the 1st industry to exploit it by more than slave traders. stephane didn't plan to be a pimp. he wanted to be a wrapper up his position and i'm just for much of a ball on the thought of one day he was offered the chance to exploit his dances.
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nothing much. it might have been proposed on the mol, with one, with the fence of mormon, with much most to budget and pluck with his was supposed the 1000000 buses been wanting me to come to the budget for the full lot of friends. and i soon the move beyond the that was the start of 4 years as a pin. exploiting young women in cities all over europe. ah, with anna comes from a pool family in western romania. she was just 16 when she was forced to be a prostitute. west in 40 roster,
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and i feel terrible when i think about the days when i was 1st just sleepless glance to drink and take drugs. was emma pnc it began when a romania man said usa and took it to italy. he said it was for a holiday, but then he ordered anna to sell sex. she tried to refuse ella the veneer for to know he became very angry and hit me. this glance also paid to beat me as well. damn, you know, it was the beginning of 11 years as a sex, slave locked and dingy apartments and cheap hotel rooms. she was controlled by her ex boyfriend, his brother, and also by woman. she refers to only as the bad lady banging mad that be malone. one year, but i wouldn't paid any money because the bad lady used to keep all the cash. when
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a liar dilemma credit, they thought i was there a slave making money for them, making them happy. mother's slavery is at its hearts the buying and selling of a human being. the traffic has are often vain ruthless, best, no holds barred, anything goes. stephanie eventually spent 2 years in prison for atm fraud. now has a legitimate job in london. he's agreed to take us into his former world, exposing the men and women who drag others into sexual slavery. he meets the romanian pain. call robert a talk with
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robert talk business with stephan in his car, a car he didn't even have to buy a loan. he runs a handful of prostitutes from eastern europe. they work all night a. 6 6 was a global control their lives, but says he really needs to use physical violence or tributary steve orchard bill of may. the cause? sure. local governor speaker larry on my i did 94 and 4 digits
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with them to pull to live in unit, which is a live body with a a car. so between 2 think were the parts of the bag with some of the problem. in addition to brits of violence, we also say indirect threats. so if you don't do it well, i tell you to tell you and your family home movie targets. if we know where your children are, we know where your mother lives. and if you don't do what we tell you, then they'll be real trouble with anna's controllers subjected her to both mental and physical abuse. for years. they trafficked her all over europe, to austria, spain,
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and then britain. now their child precision and by it's my legacy, the birds are to guys to me, to sleep with them. fancy. told me to the bed that than the guys did their job in my madam was very happy. she was telling me that this is how i like it. i was telling her that no, i don't like it. police rescued anna from a hotel in west london in march 2014. but it was not the end of her ordeal. she returned to romania, but her controllers tracked her down, bundled her into a call and brought her back to england. shamrock, i saw scarpa mitch federal shock us as fargo shanna magazine each dare early me and i wanted to escape from there and break down the door and jad bake or i couldn't find the key. so i was very scared ditch, as it turned over a light and told me to do was declines wanted because if i didn't,
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i don't deserve even to eat. when i got married or sorry, what additional married casmer log. they gave me cold water, my to the tortured me, her dead, their upper air chair, then beat me up with a belt and said i was there asleep. 40 or as a crowd there. summer gallagher sir? clumps. asiquera silent rather cas love. iaa donna was taken to leads in the north of england, locked in a hotel room and forced once again to be a prostitute. that grandma thought i was lane and thinking it was not worth being controlled by them anymore. from night was better to take my own life her and brought to the form of modern
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slavery. that's growing faster than prostitution. we reveal how big business in britain could be profiting from modern slavery. modern slavery is happening all around us. it's in our communities. people tend to perceive it as being sexual exploitation. but actually, modern slavery takes on many forms. 3 or 4 years ago, we would have told you that sex trafficking is the major area of trafficking. we now know that trafficking for labor is about $5050.00, with trafficking for sex. the oldest undertakers working here is 7 days a week job that's grown with the community. my father purchased a black emblem started to do the funeral in london and family. we saw a stopping father and i became a business partner. this story, we don't often hear told by the people who get his social level east and
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this is al jazeera, i'm carrie johnston to look at our top stories. now. mourners have been placing flowers at the site where former japanese prime minister since i was shot dead while campaigning in the southwestern city of nora. he was the country's longest serving leader, is attacker 41 year old form, a navy officer says he had a grudge against an organization he believed it was connected to us. president joe biden has ordered flags to be thrown at half staff in honor of chains, abbey, and also signed the condone in spokane, the japanese ambassadors residents. he described as a, as a man of peace. i knew him when we worked together closely for years and we spoke to solar when i serve as vice president and here deeply committed to strengthening the alliance of friendship between the united states and japan. and pursuing an open,
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free and pacific region and service to his country and his people was in his bones even after stepped down from public officers focus on his health. he stayed engaged the care deeply. i hold them in great respect. russia has vetoed the resolution of the un security council, but sought to extend a deliveries to syrians the last to rebel control north western region. un is wanting that. closing the corridor farther, bab, how a border crossing could be catastrophic illness because confirm that he's terminating. he's $44000000000.00 takeover twitter it says that ceo's legal team says the social media giant breached several provisions on the deal. twitter says it will suit mask to enforce the marriage agreement. the u. s. president has signed an executive order to help protect women's access to abortion and contraception. joe biden criticize what he called an out of control supreme court, which recently overturned roe v wade. the landmark ruling that guarantee the
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constitutional rights to an abortion across the u. s. he said the fastest way to restore bullshit rights is to pass a federal law through congress. former british chancellor, which she soon ac has declared himself a candidate to replace boris johnson as the u. k. the prime minister soon accept resignation on tuesday. along with that of another senior cabinet minister triggered an avalanche of exits from at johnston's government. news continues her after al jazeera investigations mental disease accounts for 15 percent of all data children and with
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with ah me, the old, our investigations is found that the fastest growing sector, britain's more than slave trade, is unskilled labor. in part one or on the cover
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research and make contact to facebook with the vietnamese man who grows candidates for drugs, gang ah, alone, isolated and speaking, no english invites her into the candidates for me all. there's no furniture in the suburban house, just rows of plans grow on the powerful lights in a, in. it's not unusual to find that the main electricity has been tampered with. she's highly dangerous. you know your risk in your life. and then
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you stay in conditions where you operate in, in. so the parlor from the canopy, splunk windows are tight, top, and everything is running is usually on an extract to find with you fi lights everywhere to grow the crop by all horrendous conditions. mm. mm hm. now i thought, i mean copied la, i'm like, oh, my dalin to be going down the food about my going all over the whole. yeah, i'm been gone long go. okay. all gone. i after our research leaves the only other visitor to the house is a man who drops off food and supplies late at night. her days later,
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another man comes to collect the drugs harvest. it's a typical set up for vietnamese cannabis gardeners. they are kept in a house with no way of getting out there, looked in and there as so say, god knows, cultivating those crops with food brought to them, they are not allowed to get out and about and leave those premises kind of his forms. her one is the faces at one and a slavery in the u. k. the farms are dependent on the labor of the venerable and the dispossess, and the week to russia. chandra is a leading lawyer in the field of modern slavery. we show to the evidence from our investigation. they certainly appears to be an indication that the man, there may be a victim of monday slavery. he is not regularly receiving profit,
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but he is hoping to receive that. i think his words were, when i have money, i'll move to another job. so this person may be a victim of human trafficking for enforced criminality. the new slavery law change the way the police treat vulnerable. one of the good things about the modern slavery act is actually recognizing that they are victims of trafficking, as opposed to actually be perpetrators of crime cannabis cultivation. legal tests as to whether or not somebody is a victim and not a perpetrator of this crime of cannabis cultivation is whether or not they were under the dominant force of a trafficker. certainly from this footage, i would hate that the person who has been filled would be referred in to the national referral mechanism. and then they would be able to achieve assistance and
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protection if they had been traffic for one victim, there was a way out to i was just 15 when he was forced to work at a count of his house in britain were more i t, craig or more than i p one day, i saw lots of people outside shouting. i just stood law had that war, hulu. and when they forced the door open, came in shouted lease farm. i was very happy because the police arrived will get my hands for the officers to hunker. at that point, i thought i'd been freed because i was very happy to go back to the heater. i
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need to get what to do with the vulnerable teenager was placed with a foster family. but his liberty was short lived out shopping with his foster mother. one day he got lost in the crowds. unable to ask for help in english, and with night falling, he started to panic. he was approached by chinese men who seemed friendly comb low. at 1st, when they took me to their home, the man who promised to help me find my foster mother. when i got locked me inside of the 6 months they made me work growing kind of his plans. she loves me. don't make a good chappy. so how did that happen with our bank? with our 2 a day to beat me, tied me up with a rope and hung me out. tom said that i was changed in a lauren and i wasn't allowed to go outside. after i finished work,
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they locked me in a van took me back to the warehouse, jane me out and made me stay in the van and company. he worked up to 20 hours a day with no pe slept in a van and was given just bread and potatoes to eat and slaves as a child, traffic to britain, rescued and then enslaved again. tuan finally escaped and was placed in the care of a charity magazine m here m. m still afraid of them every night. you know, so thinking of the days when i was beaten and locked in warehouse, i pay the police estimate that there are tens of thousands of commercial counties forms all over britain. the gardens inside include many slavery victims were forced to commit crime and remain hidden from view ah,
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britain is also seen a huge rise in the number of exploited people working in plain sight on the high streets of after and towns and cities. in this course, prices start from just 6 pounds around 10 us dollars. but how can it be so cheap? when claudio says he knows he came from romania and worked at the car wash for 5 months. he agreed to secretly fill the work as conditions. ah, he starts with their accommodation, temporary cabins, were up to 6 people,
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sleep and a small room. hey, rich. can flor closest road ige? this is rich krillech book to counselor general b bussey monitor. whichever shinkel uncle. this with it. not a real good thinking. with
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fidel, to bother quality control, stop looking for the delivery of them. that of most of the workers are romanian. they say they're paid $35.00 pounds for working over 12 hours a day and that's less than half britton's legal minimum wage. but they claim that sometimes they're paid even less a week
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of it. that's going to that us pick a time for them to, to want to know that you won't just don't asian car wash in. just give me a j. m. and that doesn't matter which one of the workers calls a free and in romania once more and there are 4 people may be coming to this country voluntarily. they
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may be thinking that they're coming for a job, only to find a job isn't what they thought it was going to be, or that they're being kept and absolutely appalling conditions. they're not getting the salary that they were promised. then there were deductions for travel for accommodation, for transit to work and all of that sort of thing. so they are being used. the car wash owner is avi, on a lazy, a 35 year old albanian with british citizenship. one of the tricks of his trade seems to be keeping his work in debt and taking the travel documents. the work is say he imposes huge fines for minor damage to cause. in one case 600 pounds in another 800 or so far? yes, louis, double it with one 05
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with was your with josh with us. will they claim those physical violence as well? the potential with no longer with us years. delicious. i love to video the video to godaddy. com. yeah, because the quote was us of the question, what code you can fix someone code unlike the slaves of the past. no one is
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physically shackled, where to say they're held by psychological chains, fear, poverty, and desperation. leaving is not easy. those who risk it will spend what little money they have to escape. one evening, claudio, he is a worker on the phone. he's been told to pay hundreds of pounds for accidentally damaging a car. he beg someone to help and get away with him. if he can finish pulling much will finish particular good, which most of that sort of good masonic one home by now i'm thought not quite educated. he walks out at 1 am leaving his few belongings behind. if it sounds too good to be true,
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it probably is too good to be true and the streets are not paved with gold. and there are some very, very nasty people out there who, who will be looking to exploit to and make your life commiserate on a lazy workers appear to be like any others in canterbury. it's an impression that he encourages when i posed as a local businessman with a fleet of calls that needed cleaning lady told me his workers were part timers. happy to be there. any other? yes, hi, aria yes, to me. oh great. no you're, you're busy boy. your vice law. hello. yeah, i will. what about you guys? are they do they do long days. do the other god double boys all far. they sound like the start and it will finish 4 o'clock. some of these are 9 o'clock usually as well. so they, they thought i did globally finish 2 o'clock. yeah. they just mixed around. yeah.
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to the shift if i sure by 6 hours a day molar for 5 days a week, you know according to evidence gathered by our undercover researcher, this is not true. a lazy is also keen to boast of his contract with a large car dealership. these a contract or should i vote from across the road. so we do like these are for what we do after $45.00 days. have you been doing volvo for about 34 years now? 4 years. okay. yes, yes. we could. you saw elsewhere just recently and we doing the board when i when asked about where the work is live, he is evasive. know locally
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in an attempt to win my business, he cuts his prices. if you do it, which is what 204-1515 this footage appears to show me the home of forced labor. i have grave says that these workers are victims of human trafficking. this is something that needs to be tackled very strongly by swift to effective construct or enforcement. just want to come up to something. page. upson with the machine
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has been watching the wash is absolutely necessary is for vall thing to investigate all parts of its supply chain in terms of labor who is cleaning heads, cause we also filled usa hand car washes, working at a nearby kia dealership hallberg carriage last year there was a significant increase in the amount of people who reinforce labor, and we realize that a large percentage of these all ream, legitimate supply chain, companies need to start to understand that this is exploitation. it is modern day slavery happening in the united kingdom.
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claudio has stopped filming and walked away from the car wash. he plans to return to romania. it is here. with you. well, yeah, yeah. okay. a cannon way attention. i love m. shopped there should be kilo grammy of mother come, tries change. mom this through flung when de la followed he goes to poem c hicks and i have been a lot to he goes to put towards younger about the general clerk. of course. good. now, one the or no stealing bar. subliminal. a cause knowledge fuzzy was that is shipped now foot la niss, my mom on the left turn him in and wanted to force the but you could put the
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impulse move in as well. i went back to the car, wash to put our findings to the owner, and i'll be on a lazy. he was just back from a skiing home and a ribbon investigating your car wash for some time. now, we have clear evidence that you are breeching along. have you had someone call the more than slavery act. okay. you've been keeping people doing 30 shifts. you've got them living in those little containers, all condition? well, though, we will footage all the recall film over your keeping and conditions of mob on it's later. what if anything, i am know what their slave is? anybody? nobody virginia. how about the work? he punched in the stomach in the office. what you say about your body? is he lying as well? oh no positive or nothing. what i should not do. i'm cleaning cars every day. i work 7 days a week myself. i've got 3 kids to go grow up, which already bought it. i work 7 days
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a week and never does anybody. i never force anybody or told anybody to stay in here or don't know about it. you can't do that. you're going to do that anyway in the law. we know now that you are keeping work as inconvenient martin case, anybody that your understanding is they will explain why somebody was so frightened of you boys brought in a very run and they know the runaway in the middle of the night. and you may, i'm certain, anybody another camera you say you didn't hear you punch someone in the stone. i haven't you talk money from people. was you take 6 pound for one. my haven't done a work for what you know, pay. i haven't done joy, anybody. so this is or fabricated. everybody is telling the truth, i just right. let's go look at the accommodation. let's go. conklin shows a congress without door italy, one. all right mother. the boy. thank you. thank you. rich have a lovely day. i don't know why nobody good.
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while the lazy is big brown customers responded to the allegations of slavery in their supply chain. volvo call said it's code of conduct stated it's employees and franchises must comply with the law. the lipscomb dealership said it did comply with volvo's code of conduct. kia motors, u. k, told us it expected all its dealers to obey the law. kia hallberg carriage said it was shocked and concerned by our allegations, and is investigating the legitimate and the illegitimate economy become wanting some white because actually companies and people don't realize sometimes that they are using people her exploit it and that they are using modern day slaves. in their supply chain and britain's growing demand for cut price goods and services is
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fueling that exploitation. this is a horrendous crime. the suffering of the, the victims is beyond anything that we can often imagine. and so any feel it be that can be done to bring human trafficking in modern slavery till the end should be done. ah, to a
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lisa hype of english with full lies in elicit market for the rich and powerful i. one of the cds such work under cover of just years investigative unit exposes the inner workings of key players in the murky underbelly of football finance. he's appointed me to sell something like one of the magician. it has been said that you can make that infant disappear. i have many other exciting places. i've brazen example. i've said the men who sell football, i'm just gonna, ah, a easily safe heating up the airway. lot of chinese listeners with, kimberly here, but i really think in their own country shifting palate a case,
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the rise of citizen journalism has changed everything. how do happen? it happened on social media and the undeniable impact of the mainstream narrative. australians went to the pole with those images front of mine is a war that very much came forth out in the media as well on the battlefield. they're listening page. dissect the media on al jazeera hello, welcome to the cat, the international forecast to say to rather lie the storms moving across, see the great place and all the planes of the us, central parts of canada, on this weather system here. now the weather system just across saw them areas of the midwest which runs right across towards the carolina. and that's been producing some rather live showers as to the south. was that that's where the heat remains in place or into the low fourties for dallas route to the mid forties for phoenix. and we stay that way as we go on through the next couple of days. that intense heat way
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is set to continue then further north, while in between we have got some lively shouts. as a said just pushing up toward sir, all the appellation, some really heavy rain coming through here that is lighted, cause some flooding. that'll ease its way over towards the sea of the southern parts of new york. could catch him sharp showers as we go through saturday, sunday, a dry day, a brighter day. wetter weather for the se in color, still lower, right, the way down across alabama. pushing towards the deep south and some wet weather. they're just coming back in across the lakes, one or 2 showers towards the south west, but nothing too much to speak of. to see phoenix still at 44 degrees celsius. lottie, do i forget parts of mexico central america? seeing some sharp showers from time to time. sunshine is showers across a good part of the caribbean this weekend. ah ah .


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