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Slavery victims in UK 'worse off' after Brexit, says parliamentary watchdog chair

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Victims of human trafficking could find themselves excluded from the "best legal protections" after Britain leaves the European Union, the chairwoman of a parliamentary anti-trafficking watchdog said on Tuesday.
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