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9 Jul 2014

House of Commons Public Bill Committee

UK: Parliament calls for written evidence on Modern Slavery Bill

Do you have relevant expertise and experience or a special interest in the Government’s Modern Slavery Bill? If so, you can submit your views in writing to the House of Commons Public Bill Committee which is going to consider this Bill...The Bill…has four main parts…Part 2 would introduce two new civil orders to enable the courts to place restrictions on those convicted of modern slavery offences, or those involved in such offences but not yet convicted...Part 3 would establish a new Anti-Slavery Commissioner to encourage good practice on the prevention of modern slavery offences and the identification of victims...Part 4...includes a new statutory defence for slavery or trafficking victims compelled to commit criminal offences, and provision for new child trafficking advocates...The Committee is expected to meet for the first time on Monday 21 July; it will stop receiving written evidence...on Tuesday 14 October...