RADIO TIMES The BBC’s harrowing Why Slavery? season stuns viewers into inaction, argues Radio Times' TV critic Alison Graham
THE TELEGRAPH: Car washes will be given a Kitemark-style scheme to crack down on modern slavery.
THE GUARDIAN: A year after peers overwhelmingly supported a bill to improve care for victims of modern slavery, we wonder how many victims have become homeless or re-trafficked in that time. Conservative peer Lord McColl of Dulwich’s modern slavery (victim support) bill seeks to fill the gaps through which too many victims fall, with many
CALL FOR EVIDENCE - DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 7TH The Home Affairs Committee has agreed to undertake an inquiry looking at what progress has been made in the three years since the Modern Slavery Act came into force and what more remains to be done.
COSMOPOLITAN: "I was kidnapped and trafficked for sex by my neighbours" Seven years ago, Anna (not her real name) was taken outside her London flat. She was flown to Ireland and then Northern Ireland where she was forced into sex slavery. This is her story.
REUTERS: Children trapped in modern slavery are being failed, campaigners have said after European authorities found dozens of suspected trafficking victims in a region-wide crackdown, one aged just two.