A quarter of trafficked children who were in the care of local authorities in the UK last year have gone missing from the system, according to new research by two British charities that work with vulnerable children. These figures raise serious questions about the capacity of local authorities to provide a safe environment for vulnerable children who arrive in the UK alone, or after being rescued from trafficking gangs.

Ismail Einashe
Ismail Einashe

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