Last night I appeared on Duncan Barkes’ LBC radio programme to discuss prostitution.
You can listen by clicking below.
My report, which recommends the Swedish Model – by which buying sex is criminalised but selling it remains legal – goes to the full European Parliament at the next plenary session in Strasbourg, later this month.
On Friday I took part in a discussion on the EU referendum on Iain Dale’s LBC evening show. My fellow guests were Mark Seddon, Kate Hoey and Petros Fassoulas. In light of yesterday’s debate I thought you might like to have a listen:
This week I spoke with Nick Ferrari on his LBC show about forced marriages. It was an interesting discussion about the recent Supreme court ruling on the forced marriage law where I suggest that the present legislation needs to be revisited. You can read about the case by following the link here. I have posted the interview below for you to listen to.
Just to say I am due to be interviewed by Ken Livingstone on his programme on LBC this morning. Ken will talk to me about the petition calling for the Metropolitan Police to keep their specialist unit dedicated to combatting human trafficking which I presented to the Metropolitan Police Authority on Thursday.
It is good that Ken has picked up on the trafficking issue and realised just how important it is. This kind of publicity very much helps to raise the profile of the campaign to end this vile trade in vulnerable people.