New crackdown on sex slave trade – The Independent

Posted October 3rd, 2007 in news, prostitution, trafficking in human beings by sally

“A new campaign against criminals who force trafficked women into the sex trade will be launched today.”

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The Independent, 3rd October 2007

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Men who buy sex could face prosecution – The Guardian

Posted September 10th, 2007 in news, prostitution, trafficking in human beings by sally

“Ministers are considering proposals to prosecute men for buying sex in a new effort to curb the demand for prostitution, the Guardian has learned.”

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The Guardian, 10th September 2007

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Prostitutes face jail under tougher law – The Observer

Posted August 13th, 2007 in news, prostitution by sally

“The government was last night accused of turning the clock back 25 years by introducing a law that will allow courts to imprison prostitutes who are arrested for soliciting. The move has provoked the fury of women’s support groups, who say the move will do nothing to address the root causes of the illicit trade in sex.”

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The Observer, 12th August 2007

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Crackdown pledged on sex with trafficked women – The Guardian

Posted July 18th, 2007 in news, prostitution, trafficking in human beings by sally

“The government will ensure that the ‘fathers, brothers and husbands’ who have sex with trafficked girls are prosecuted, Harriet Harman vowed yesterday.”

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The Guardian, 18th July 2007

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Justice reforms focus on prostitution and jail numbers – The Guardian

Posted June 27th, 2007 in criminal justice, news, prostitution by sally

“After nearly 200 years the stigmatising legal term “common prostitute” which dates back to the 1824 Vagrancy Act is to be removed from the statute book, under a package of criminal justice reforms unveiled yesterday.”

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The Guardian, 27th June 2007

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The Law Explored: selling yourself – The Times

Posted May 16th, 2007 in human tissue, prostitution by sally

“The exhortation ‘get out there and sell yourself!’ might be good advice. It depends who takes it. It works well for politicians and commercial representatives but less well for anyone who wants to sell their internal organs or their sexual services.”
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The Times, 16th May 2007

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