I saw it. The ex sex worker ("Ruth") said that being a prostitute is "traumatic" (she made that point more than once). Some young-ish bloke said that making it illegal to pay for sex would mean that "agencies who care for their employees would become illegal" - too many inaccuracies for me to pay much attention to him. Was rather glad that most of the audience and guests were in agreement that making it illegal to pay for sex would endanger the women.
Many "statistics" were wheeled out, and I'm glad the one about "most WGs are trafficked" was debunked by the lady in red (none of the police raids on brothels found any illegall or trafficked workers, which is totally the opposite to what the government will tell us).
Indeed and what some police will say of course, plus obviously the antis and some of the media.
Prove by convicting evil scum that trafficking for sex against a womans free will is a widespread practice is my request. If its so widespread it cant be hard to prove it if the police then CPS have the evidence.
In reality its all about individual cases, there are sadly some trafficked and forced/coerced women but its never yet been proved its a widespread problem including when the police did Operations Pentameters 1 and 2 specifically looking for such woman.
Stats can and have been twisted by the antis like Harridan in the past, in her case she used guesswork as fact to help get her coercion law through in 2009 using a figure of 4000 trafficked for sex women, a figure never proved by arrests let alone convictions.