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main problem interviewees experienced

Majority of migrant sex workers ‘not forced or trafficked’.

This is the largest ever qualitative research into the experience of migrants selling sexual services in London, and key findings are: • The large majority of interviewed migrant workers in the UK sex industry are not forced nor trafficked. • Immigration status is by far the single most important factor restricting their ability to exercise their rights in their professional and private lives. • Working in the sex industry is often a way for migrants to avoid the unrewarding and sometimes exploitative conditions they meet in non-sexual jobs. • By working in the sex industry, many interviewees are able to

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