Slavery victim feels 'bad and sad'
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Slavery victim says she feels 'bad, sad and sorrowful'

The number of people at risk of human trafficking and modern slavery in Wales has risen four-fold in the past five years.

Victims in Wales recorded through the National Referral Mechanism increased from 34 in 2012 to 125 in 2016.

They include people from Vietnam, Nigeria, Romania, Albania and UK nationals.

Victim, Blessing, told BBC Wales' Sian Elin Dafydd she felt "bad, sad and sorrowful" but wanted to speak out to save others from similar suffering.

  • 16 May 2017
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