From low-level drug dealer to human trafficker: are modern slavery laws catching the wrong people? – The Guardian

‘When armed police burst through his front door in Tottenham, north London, at 5am in September 2014, Glodi Wabelua knew things looked bad. The house was full of drug paraphernalia, including a hydraulic press, scales and mixing bowls, as well as a mobile phone full of incriminating texts advertising deals for crack cocaine and heroin.’

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The Guardian, 18th April 2024