After the documentary was broadcast, the Metropolitan Police decided that the Vietnamese man found in the cannabis house was a victim of human trafficking.
He will be cared for by a charity until a decision is made to allow him to remain in Britain or to send him back to Vietnam.
Volvo ordered its dealerships across the UK to check suppliers and contractors to ensure they were not using workers who were being exploited as modern-day slaves.
Kent police officers launched an investigation into two USA Hand Car Wash sites, in Canterbury and nearby Chartham.“When gender and severe harassment combine, the results are especially stark,” writes report author Maeve Duggan. I deleted our contact history from my phone and blocked him. But for thousands of women, and some men, the consequences of online actions have been dire.Amanda Todd, a 15-year-old from British Columbia, Canada, tragically ended her life, citing two years of online extortion and cyberbullying from a sexual predator as the cause of her depression.“When I addressed the UN Security Council earlier this year, I told them I was ashamed as a supporter of the United Nations that states are failing to punish genocide.I am ashamed that there is no justice being done and barely a complaint being made about it.His articulate responses drew me in, and I breathed back nerves and adrenaline with the ocean air as we continued this perfect first date.Busy professionals, our schedules rarely overlapped so the digital flirtation commenced.The Islamic State reportedly keeps meticulous records of its jihadi warriors on file with some of the information ranging from country of origin to blood type to the amount of slave girls each fighter has.Documents obtained by the Washington Post show the different informational categories the terror group keeps on its fighters.A spokesman told Al Jazeera's investigative unit: "Volvo Cars UK commits all its business partners to a strong code of conduct.However, this documentary has shown that unintentional breaches may still be occurring." Volvo had told the Lipscomb Cars dealership that "unless they promptly receive satisfactory evidence that the allegations are false (which, having watched the documentary, seems unlikely) they must cease using the car wash in question immediately".