Domestic workers protesting against immigration rules
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Government visa rules 'license modern slavery'

The government is "licensing modern slavery" with its visa rules for domestic workers, campaigners say.

Since April 2012 they have been tied to one employer upon entering the UK - meaning they cannot move jobs.

Charities say the rules must be reversed as they allow abusive employers to demand extremely long hours, and withhold pay and food.

BBC Asian Network's Divya Talwar reports.

  • 31 Mar 2014
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