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    BBC News - New NI sex laws 'will protect vulnerable women'

    And these laws came into place yesterday and were used in London
    BBC News - 'Brothel' arrests under new prostitution laws

    Worth noting if you visit escorts in Northern Ireland.

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    Bump, can't believe nobody's interested in this topic, plus I need to make a post to test if "Find all posts" by user feature is updating properly now!

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    "New NI sex laws 'will protect vulnerable women'", hmm, and the women who WANT to escort, what about them? Law makers never talk about them. Jeez

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    I agree with you Espensen- what would happen to the women who want to do this as a profession? Society looks down it's nose at escorting and it's a hushed topic. I don't think ignorant people can get their heads around the fact that lots of girls escort as a way to improve the quality of their lives and their families lives and trying to secure a better future, etc. They seem to want to believe that all escorts are forced into it and have drug or alcohol addictions

    Pat, if you have any links, could you post them to this board so we can have a read of the article(s) please? I think it's important for us all to be aware of any law changes regarding this matter

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    layla, 2 links in pat's 1st post.

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    So its now illegal to visit A Tarffciked girl
    and the excuse " I did not know" is invalid.
    This should steer customers in UK away from the seedier side of busniess I would imagine
    Although it could lead to rare miscarraige of justice
    I mean if a punter goes to a girl and she is trafficked but theres noting in the environmnet that indicated this
    and she lied is it hes fault under the law?

    Is there any change to the law regarding advertisment I mean lets imagine the following hypothetical sceranioa
    A Chinese tirad sets up in belfast
    He traffciks thru false student visa two or three chinese girls
    The girls taught they coming to work in SPAR
    He advertise them on E-I.
    RUC bust them
    Is E-I commiting an offense under these new laws?

    The law could chanje in the 26 counties very soon too
    Fine gael a few months back with the help of labour introduced a bill to change the law here regarding
    fallen angels I think it was something along the lines of the swedish model i.e. total ban
    Fianna fail voted it down but if FG/lab get into power soon and there a pretty good chance it could be this year.
    THey will re-introduce this, theres a guy in FG young fellow ambitous I think simon coveveny is hes name
    hes h a hard on for a crackdown I have seen articles and letters a few times in newspapers by him against
    the whole "time and companionship" racket

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