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Tory MP labels people traffickers 'evil b******s' in Commons

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Tory MP labels people traffickers 'evil b******s' in Commons

Tory MP labels people traffickers 'evil b******s' in Commons

Conservative MP Peter Bone branded people traffickers "evil b******s" as he called for victims to be allowed to stay in the UK for 12 months.

He told MPs in the House of Commons: "If we want more prosecutions, we need more victims to come forward … they do need a year of leave to remain here so that we can get at these evil - may I excuse this, I don't think this is parliamentary - these evil b******s." Report by Buseld.

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