A team of ten from A21 cycled through key trafficking routes, starting in Sophia in Bulgaria and ending in Westminster earlier today.
Members of a Christian charity have completed an eleven day cycle ride across Europe to highlight the problem of human-trafficking. A team of ten from A21 cycled through key trafficking routes, starting in Sophia in Bulgaria and ending in Westminster earlier today. Darren Covington was one of the riders. He tells Premier why he took part.
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