In the United Kingdom, a Ukrainian refugee filed a complaint against Britain, which was housing him. Mother and nurse Hannah Debenham, 42, reportedly asked her to maintain her home and babysit. The Ukrainians claim that the Britons welcomed him into their home as a “modern slave”.
The nurse’s investigation lasted more than two months: ” It was the worst experience of my life. I just wanted to help. There was no gratitude, no care and no respect on his part ”, she told DailyMail.
In the absence of evidence, the complaint did not result in legal proceedings: It could destroy my life. If I had been accused, I would have had to report it at my job and it would have been a permanent hindrance to my career. “, she continues.
According to the police report, the refugee was believed to have been a victim of forced labour. She said she had to clean the house and look after Hannah’s kids three days a week with little or no money. , On 20 July Sussex Police received a report that someone was being forced into forced labour. […] It was held that there was insufficient evidence to prosecute and that no further action would be taken. “The police inspector told our colleagues.