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Police raids in crackdown on 'slum landlords'

Last February a BBC investigation discovered large numbers of people living in slum conditions in Britain.

Many of them were illegal immigrants sleeping in so-called 'sheds with beds' - illegal structures provided by unscrupulous landlords.

Ministers have launched a nationwide crackdown, vowing to tackle those who illegally house people in converted substandard outbuildings.

Chris Rogers reports.

  • 31 Aug 2012
  • From the section UK
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