Nearly 200 migrant workers who were ‘rescued’ by anti-slavery police yesterday were back at work on the farm today.
It comes after at least 100 of the workers descended on Camborne Police Station, Cornwall, last night to protest their boss’ arrest at RH Scrimshaw and Sons at Bosahan Farm.
The huge crowd of workers gathered in anger stating they were not victims of slavery and worked in good conditions — and could earn up to £250 a day.
They were part of a group of around 200 people found when police swooped on the site yesterday morning.
Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed that the three arrested men were aged 68, 49 and 41 – and one was not 61 as earlier released.
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