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Home Affairs Committee
Oral evidence in progress.
The deadline for written submissions was 18 February 2016. However, late submissions may still be considered. Please contact the committee if you have any queries.
The Home Affairs Committee is looking at the way prostitution is treated in legislation. In particular, the inquiry will assess whether the balance in the burden of criminality should shift to those who pay for sex rather than those who sell it.
Evidence given by Paris Lees, journalist, presenter and equality campaigner, and Dr Brooke Magnanti, research scientist, blogger
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Home Affairs Committee questions Paris Lees and Brooke Magnanti on prostitution