The official policy and information note on the trafficking of women from Nigeria, which is used by Home Office decision-makers handling protection and human rights claims, reads “Trafficked women who return from Europe, wealthy from prostitution, enjoy high social-economic status and in general are not subject to negative social attitudes on return. They are often held in high regard because they have improved income prospects.”
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Men take more leisure time than women in the UK, a study of the nation’s work-life balance has shown. Men spend six hours and nine minutes a day on leisure pursuits, compared with five hours and 29 minutes for women, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has found.