Sex workers 'fear dangerous city'
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London sex workers 'fear dangerous city'

Sex workers in London have said they feel the capital is increasingly dangerous, according to a scheme which encourages them to report crime.

At least two rapes or violent attacks are reported each week in London via the Ugly Mugs project, which allows those working on the streets or in brothels to warn others about sinister clients.

BBC London's Katharine Carpenter spoke to Sarah, a sex worker who wanted to remain anonymous, and Conservative London Assembly member Andrew Boff about the scheme.

  • 12 Aug 2014