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Street prostitution could be decriminalised in the UK if a group of former sex workers manage to convince judges at the High Court in London they should be regarded as victims.
The women will argue they should be considered as modern slavery victims rather than criminals because they were trafficked into sex work.
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They will also claim their right to a private life has been breached as a result of their sentences and they should not be revealed.
The group all have several convictions after having worked as prostitutes for years, which could possible hamper them in the future because they can be seen by potential employees.
If they manage to convince the divisional court the law is discriminatory against women then the landmark verdict would effectively decriminalise prostitution on the streets.
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