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    Was on the news there with chair and labour committee mp keith vaz talking about changing the law, laura lee was speaking too and said the law needs to be changed. Mia de foaite was ranting and raving as usual.
    Alan caton, a superintendent stated that criminalising clients would be a good idea too and was all for it
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    Corbyn has come out very strongly against criminalisation in the sex industry as has his Shadow Chancellor!

    http://www.newstatesman.com/politics...y-corbyn-money
    Ride them on the beaches!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chez View Post
    Was on the news there with chair and labour committee mp keith vaz talking about changing the law, laura lee was speaking too and said the law needs to be changed. Mia de foaite was ranting and raving as usual.
    Alan caton, a superintendent stated that criminalising clients would be a good idea too and was all for it
    Mia de Foaite who went to a party with a group of unknown men and then decided to take drugs and has absolutely no recollection of the actual party herself because of it. It's awful what happened to her, but who in their right mind enters into a business arrangement and then puts them self in a vulnerable situation where they are not able to look after themselves?

    How many other jobs would you take drugs during the work time let alone when with a bunch of complete strangers and sex is involved? Total madness! I do wonder if the situation would have played out the same if she had stayed off the drugs?

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    Ooh. And there was me thinking good old England had their heads on straight(er). Hmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladiesman217 View Post
    Ooh. And there was me thinking good old England had their heads on straight(er). Hmm.
    The politicians are just as easily bought as the next unfortunately and have you seen some of them? Let's hope that it's just a wobble otherwise all the guys from here going over to England are going to have to fly somewhere else instead.

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    It does not look good, all in the news clip were saying that women must be protected from these men ( us clients), a message must be sent to these people that they cant treat women like this, even laura lee didn't sound very convincing, they madeit out that we are no better than pedophiles and that is so wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curvaceous Kate View Post
    The politicians are just as easily bought as the next unfortunately and have you seen some of them? Let's hope that it's just a wobble otherwise all the guys from here going over to England are going to have to fly somewhere else instead.
    England is so overrated kate, Knibbs is booked up and going to Katowice, thats in Poland by the way, at end of this month. Some tasty birds over there so hopefully Katowice will be no different

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    Quote Originally Posted by knibbs View Post
    England is so overrated kate, Knibbs is booked up and going to Katowice, thats in Poland by the way, at end of this month. Some tasty birds over there so hopefully Katowice will be no different

    I've heard it is a beautiful country and worth popping over to with my camera.

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    I listened to a recording of the committee meeting and thought that Laura came across very well. She was by far the least emotional and that is what will win out in the end imo. It is a long way to go before there is a report and then it is down to the Govt to decide if it should take the recommendation on board. I would like to remind folk that Labour are not in power at present in the UK and many of the supporters of this are Labour feminists. Not sure what the cop thinks is very important either as most of these guys these days are just into fining people on the spot to increase revenue and this would be a useful source. You then of course have the courts and this process as you will be aware kicks off soon up north and with a fair wind the courts will greatly limit the scope of the existing/proposed legislation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Dunn View Post
    I listened to a recording of the committee meeting and thought that Laura came across very well. She was by far the least emotional and that is what will win out in the end imo. It is a long way to go before there is a report and then it is down to the Govt to decide if it should take the recommendation on board. I would like to remind folk that Labour are not in power at present in the UK and many of the supporters of this are Labour feminists. Not sure what the cop thinks is very important either as most of these guys these days are just into fining people on the spot to increase revenue and this would be a useful source. You then of course have the courts and this process as you will be aware kicks off soon up north and with a fair wind the courts will greatly limit the scope of the existing/proposed legislation.
    hope you are right but when did common sense have anything to do with it

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