Early day motion 54

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That this House recognises that human trafficking represents a form of modern-day slavery and that many victims are held under conditions of enforced or bonded servitude whilst being exploited for their labour; urges the Government fully to implement the Council of Europe's Convention on Human Trafficking, including appointing an independent rapporteur or ombudsperson and to work closely with other EU member states to adopt an effective regime to combat this appalling practice; notes that, as well as sustaining the criminal economy, human trafficking infiltrates the mainstream economy and the high street; further recognises that many innocent consumers buy products and use services that have been in some way produced or sustained by human trafficking or modern-day slavery; and calls on the Government to introduce a framework for UK companies to audit their supply chain in order to eradicate any trace of human trafficking or modern-day slavery from their goods and services.

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Name Party Constituency Date Signed
Anderson, David Labour Party Blaydon 13.05.2013
Bottomley, Peter Conservative Party Worthing West 09.05.2013
Campbell, Gregory Democratic Unionist Party Londonderry East 12.06.2013
Caton, Martin Labour Party Gower 15.05.2013
Connarty, Michael Labour Party Linlithgow and East Falkirk 14.05.2013
Corbyn, Jeremy Labour Party Islington North 10.05.2013
Crausby, David Labour Party Bolton North East 21.05.2013
Crockart, Mike Liberal Democrats Edinburgh West 21.05.2013
Cryer, John Labour Party Leyton and Wanstead 13.05.2013
Dobbin, Jim Labour Party Heywood and Middleton 13.05.2013
Dodds, Nigel Democratic Unionist Party Belfast North 03.07.2013
Durkan, Mark Social Democratic and Labour Party Foyle 13.05.2013
George, Andrew Liberal Democrats St Ives 15.05.2013
Glindon, Mary Labour Party North Tyneside 14.05.2013
Godsiff, Roger Labour Party Birmingham Hall Green 21.05.2013
Hancock, Mike Liberal Democrats Portsmouth South 20.05.2013
Hermon, Lady INDEPENDENT North Down 15.05.2013
Hopkins, Kelvin Labour Party Luton North 14.05.2013
Jackson, Glenda Labour Party Hampstead and Kilburn 14.05.2013
Llwyd, Elfyn Plaid Cymru Dwyfor Meirionnydd 15.05.2013
Long, Naomi Alliance Party Belfast East 15.05.2013
Lucas, Caroline Green Party Brighton Pavilion 20.05.2013
McCrea, Dr William Democratic Unionist Party South Antrim 15.05.2013
McDonnell, Alasdair Social Democratic and Labour Party Belfast South 11.09.2013
McGovern, Jim Labour Party Dundee West 03.06.2013
Meale, Alan Labour Party Mansfield 14.05.2013
Morris, David Conservative Party Morecambe and Lunesdale 15.05.2013
Mudie, George Labour Party Leeds East 02.07.2013
Mulholland, Greg Liberal Democrats Leeds North West 15.05.2013
Ritchie, Margaret Social Democratic and Labour Party South Down 09.05.2013
Rotheram, Steve Labour Party Liverpool Walton 15.05.2013
Roy, Lindsay Labour Party Glenrothes 19.06.2013
Russell, Bob Liberal Democrats Colchester 15.05.2013
Shannon, Jim Democratic Unionist Party Strangford 13.05.2013
Sharma, Virendra Labour Party Ealing Southall 29.10.2013
Sheridan, Jim Labour Party Paisley and Renfrewshire North 15.05.2013
Simpson, David Democratic Unionist Party Upper Bann 14.05.2013
Stunell, Andrew Liberal Democrats Hazel Grove 04.06.2013
Ward, David Liberal Democrats Bradford East 15.05.2013
Weatherley, Mike Conservative Party Hove 03.07.2013
Williams, Hywel Plaid Cymru Arfon 05.12.2013