MINISTERS URGED TO CHANGE POLICY THAT ‘FACILITATES EXPLOITATION’ OF OVERSEAS DOMESTIC WORKERS

“I got no days off or breaks during the day,” says Mimi, 44, describing her life as a domestic worker with a rich family in London. “Even drinking water in the middle of the day was not allowed,” she adds, explaining that she used to hide a bottle of water in her bucket of cleaning materials so she could drink while cleaning the toilet and no one would see. © Provided by The Indepe...