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Child Slavery — [Mr Jim Hood in the Chair] (2 Mar 2011)

David Simpson: .... When we consider the issue of forced marriages, it is worth remarking that the previous Government tightened up the situation, which is to be welcomed. However, the then shadow Minister, Baroness Warsi, had this to say in relation to the new laws: “The onus to go for a civil protection order is actually on the victim of the forced marriage or somebody close to them. I know from...

Child Slavery — [Mr Jim Hood in the Chair] (2 Mar 2011)

David Simpson: ...a police officer who called for this crime to be made an aggravated offence, which would hand the courts power to pass enhanced sentences. I have already mentioned the comments made by Baroness Warsi in relation to the whole matter of forced marriage and the new laws introduced by the previous Labour Government. At that time, she also made a commitment that the Conservative party would...

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