‘Dirty doctors’: Should medical students be expelled for sex work?

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Some medical students are demanding the right to use “sex work” to help fund their studies. These trainee doctors have called for the British Medical Association to work with universities to recognise and support students engaging in sex work to protect them from expulsion.

Joining Mark Dolan is James Cowe, ex-medical professional turned Only Fans content creator as well as Richard Lucas, leader of the Scottish Family Party.

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