DUP's Paul Givan and Sarah Walker clash over Human Trafficking Bill

Oct 21, 2014, 08:35 AM, London, United Kingdom

History was made at Stormont last night after MLAs voted in favour of making it a crime to pay for sex. The move came as part of Lord Morrow's private member's bill on human trafficking and exploitation. The ban on paying for sex was opposed by Justice Minister David Ford but was passed 81 votes to 10. The DUP even said it would accept some Sinn Fein amendments, a rare example of agreement between the two parties.

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