Arrests over three London women 'held as slaves'
Three women have been "rescued" from a south London house as police investigate claims they were held as slaves for about 30 years.
Last month officers were contacted by Freedom Charity after it received a call from a woman saying she had been held against her will for decades.
A Malaysian woman, 69, an Irish woman, 57, and a British woman, 30, were rescued from the house on 25 October.
A 67-year-old man and woman were arrested by police and later bailed until January.
Mark Easton reports.
- From the section UK