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Bristol Cable members set the news agenda – BBC air Lopresti slavery investigation

BBC Points West helped us tell the story of how ice cream and property boss Salvatore Lopresti kept men in slave-like conditions.

Ice Cream Slavery Case

2,000 Bristol Cable members are setting the news agenda and making sure that journalism that holds power to account is heard loud and clear. BBC Points West helped us tell the story of how ice cream and property boss Salvatore Lopresti kept men in slave-like conditions.

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