Urgent changes are needed to the UK visa system to protect migrant workers from being used as domestic slaves, a campaign group has warned.
Justice 4 Domestic Workers is calling for a better deal for foreign workers, who are employed mainly as nannies or maids in private homes.
Marissa Begonia from Justice 4 Domestic Workers said she had seen workers who had been burnt with irons or had hot water poured over them by employers.
She said some workers were only granted a six-month visa, leaving them limited choice if they wanted to find alternative work.
"They are trapped in this system that tolerates abuse, that tolerates slavery, that tolerates trafficking," she said.
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