One of Cambridgeshire's oddest traditions gets under way this morning...
Man Guilty Of People Trafficking
A man has been found guilty of people trafficking and slavery charges in Portsmouth.
Portsmouth Crown Court heard Dawid Siwak held four men in crowded flats between June 2011 and May 2012.
He had got them to come over from Poland for work, then held on to most of their wages.
The 30-year-old from Nelson Road in Southsea was found guilty of a total of eight charges including human trafficking and holding people in slavery.
He will be sentenced at Portsmouth Crown Court on 22nd February.
The first rail freight service from the UK to China has arrived.
A tracker device led to it being recovered in Totton - a man's been questioned.
Special constables will be trained in CPR, using oxygen and defibrillators so they can be first responders if they're closest.
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