Gangmasters admit in court to supplying workers without a licence

Two Buckinghamshire men have admitted supplying workers into a food processing company without a Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) licence.

Following on from Recruiter’s report back in November, a statement by the GLAA this morning reveals John Day of Kingsmead, and Mark Baker of Hanslope, pleaded guilty to acting as unlicensed gangmasters when they appeared before Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court last Tuesday [3 December].

Both have been bailed to appear before the same court on Thursday 19 March 2020.

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