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They describe the idea as being a "Trump-inspired" effort to kick sex workers off the internet and put them into "more exploitative and harmful situations". The debate follows a report into sexual legir in England and Wales, which was published in May. It concluded that prostitution procurement websites were "the most ificant enabler of sex-trafficking in the UK".
The MP is also calling for new rules to criminalise the payment of sex in any location, but an end to penalties for loitering and solicitation. Both Vivastreet and Ecsort make money cityxguide fort walton beach charging those who post "adult" adverts rather than the people who then make use of them.
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The English Collective of Prostitutes suggests the law has made it harder for US sex workers to screen their clients, and has published a blog setting out its opposition to a similar move in the UK. Legal bid to throw out US sex trafficking law. Craigslist drops dating after new law. Many paid the gang in cash and escrt far the investigation by Suffolk trading standards has traced only 80 Beautiful ladies ready casual sex Minneapolis.
But the sites were fictitious. In another scam, victims handed over thousands of pounds after being told their debts could be wiped clean. One woman from Suffolk, who did not want to be identified, told the BBC she had felt a mug for falling for the scam.
It has taken a year to investigate and is the biggest inquiry ever conducted by Suffolk Trading Standards. They are people who are desperate, and that is why they have taken this work," he said. Fake websites shut down by police.