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We must bring back British families trafficked by Isis

In the statutory guidance that accompanies the Modern Slavery Act, the duty of public employees faced with a trafficking case is made clear: “The safety, protection and support of the potential victim must always be the first priority.”

Unless, it seems, the victim was trafficked by so-called Islamic State. Because unfortunately, there seems to be a blind spot when it comes to the handful of British families who were trafficked to Syria by Isis, and are now held in unstable and dangerous detention camps that are bursting at the seams.

Read Andrew Mitchell MP’s full opinion piece at Times Red Box.