Our world-leading Modern Slavery Act has given law enforcement the tools they need to tackle this and introduced a maximum life sentence for perpetrators. At this point she should have been provided with safe accommodation and mental health support, yet the Home Office failed to find her somewhere safe to stay. When she was deemed fit enough to be discharged, the hospital and her lawyers wrote to the Home Office asking for safe housing to be sourced. Shortly after this she was re-trafficked by criminal gangs and was again forced into prostitution in various locations in London. The majority of victims groomed into working for gangs are to year-old boys but children as young as 11 have been safeguarded and girls have been targeted. The government has faced persistent criticism that its rhetoric on ending modern slavery in the UK does not match the levels of funding and support offered to victims. A young and highly vulnerable British sex trafficking victim was re-trafficked by county lines drug gangs on multiple occasions after the Home Office repeatedly refused to fulfil its legal obligation to provide her with safe accommodation. In , about seven forces reported county lines behaviour. She has complex physical and mental health issues and has attempted suicide on multiple occasions.
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