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Have sex traffic levels been exaggerated?

The Guardian newspaper has said that the problem of sex trafficking has been exaggerated and that the number of people who have been brought into the UK and forced against their will into prostitution is much smaller than claimed.

Jeremy Paxman talks to former minister for Europe, Dennis McShane, and Nikki Adams, of the English Collective of Prostitutes, about who is right.

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