A person commits an offence if they arrange or facilitate the travel1 of another person with a view to that other person being exploited2, regardless of whether the other person consented to the travel or not3. A person arranges or facilitates another person's travel with a view to that other person being exploited only if they intend to, or they know or ought to know that someone else is likely to, exploit that other person, in any part of the world, during or after the travel4.
A person who is a national of the United Kingdom5 commits such an offence
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