Inquiries continue in alleged London slavery case
Two of the three women found last month in an alleged slavery case in London met the man who has been arrested via a "collective", police say.
They met in the city "through a shared political ideology", police said, and went on to live together.
Officers said a couple arrested in the case came to the UK from India and Tanzania in the 1960s.
Daniela Relph reports from the Brixton area of south London where house-to-house inquiries are continuing.
23 Nov 2013