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This makes sense(!): Police team that investigated tide of human traffic is closed

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The terrible crime, sex for money between consenting adults, will be costly to investigate for the police, so they'll have to take the money from somewhere...

Investigators who saved victims of prostitution and child labour have funds withdrawn by Home Office

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Wonder what the cost of that Poppy Project "research" was?

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The terrible crime, sex for money between consenting adults, will be costly to investigate for the police, so they'll have to take the money from somewhere...

Investigators who saved victims of prostitution and child labour have funds withdrawn by Home Office

I had a quick look at the story...

The way it is reported is that owing to the Home Office cuts, as opposed to the Home Office 'realising' that the amount of money spent was not in proportion to the amount of people found involved in trafficking...

Now that would be a story - but this would never happen!!

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Wonder what the cost of that Poppy Project "research" was?

Write and ask under FoI rules (Freedom of Information).

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Being a bit cynical I wonder if the money is going to pay some of the racial discrimination claims?

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