human trafficking

human trafficking

The DUP peer Lord Morrow says he expects his bill on human trafficking to become law in the middle of next year. He has dismissed claims that the proposed laws, which include banning payment for sex, will ultimately be unenforcible. The bill was passed i

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The DUP peer Lord Morrow says he expects his bill on human trafficking to become law in the middle of next year. He has dismissed claims that the proposed laws, which include banning payment for sex, will ultimately be unenforcible. The bill was passed its latest stage at Stormont late last night after a long debate. Mark Simpson has this report on our lunchtime programme.