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Yet, 10 years on, campaigners say workers are still being dangerously exploited in the UK. The headlines from China were full of disbelief. That anger grew as it became clear how desperate the victims' lives had been. Twenty-one bodies were recovered within hours, a woman's skull was washed up six years on and one man has never been found. All were working illegally, picking cockles for hours on end to send money me to their families.

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Eeal Gradwell said while "ificant sums" were pocketed by the gangmaster, the cockle pickers earned "a pittance". The former detective superintendent, who is now retired, said: "The main reason 23 people died in Morecambe Bay on this particular night was because of poverty in the Fujian province of China.

The 23 deaths at Morecambe Bay highlighted the serious risks being taken by low-paid workers and the cavalier attitude of those supposedly responsible for them, but in Parliament efforts were already under way to tackle gangmasters. The organisation was set up to protect vulnerable workers in the shell fish, agriculture, food and food packaging labour markets but MPs and academics are campaigning for it to be given more powers.

Mr Sheridan wants to see its remit extended into industries including social care and construction.

The report also called for the scope of the GLA to be widened. Professor Gary Craig, who led the study, said there was a "real problem" getting people to acknowledge that "slavery exists in the UK" and warned there were "accidents waiting to happen".

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He added: "What's changed since Morecambe Bay? The problem has got worse and the resources directed to it are totally inadequate.

Chief executive Paul Broadbent said it was making progress to ensure "exploitation in all its forms was eradicated and people can work for a good honest wage and get paid that mkrecambe. I devoured TV Guide for the next six months until I found it on again and let the tape roll.

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