Thousands of trafficking victims should be given right to remain

Thousands of trafficking victims should be granted the right to remain in the UK, the High Court has ruled.

Published 13 October 2021

Human traffickers ordered to pay victims compensation

Two human traffickers have been told they have to pay more than £13,000 in compensation to their victims.

Published 11 February 2020

Human trafficking guidance for health workers published

Health workers will be given new guidance to help them identify signs of human trafficking and exploitation among patients.

Published 18 October 2019

Duty to report suspected trafficking out for consultation

The Scottish government is seeking views on plans to introduce a legal duty on Scottish public authorities to notify Police Scotland about suspected human trafficking and exploitation victims.

Published 17 June 2019

Crown Office to be investigated by child abuse inquiry over alleged failures

The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) is likely to be investigated over alleged failures as part of an inquiry into historical child abuse, The Sunday Times reports.

Published 7 May 2019

Improved format for Tumbling Lassie Seminar 2019

The Tumbling Lassie Seminar is branching out on its own, after three years as an adjunct to the annual Charity Ball.

Published 27 March 2019