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Acton denounced low wages for women as one of the reasons why they would turn to prostitution, in contrast to the dominant perception among members of the middle and upper classes that women decided to become prostitutes because of an innate lustfulness and sinful nature.Retrieved r Tracey Sagar; Debbie Jones; Dr Katrien Symons; Jo Bowring (March 2015).Retrieved "Advertising of Prostitution (Prohibition) Bill HL 201516".Sutcliffe was sentenced to life imprisonment.98 In May 2016 the Home Affairs Select Committee, headed by Keith Vaz, investigated prostitution laws in Britain.Earlier this month Popa and Diac both pleaded guilty to controlling prostitution for gain.127 In July 2008 Operation Pentameter Two, the UK's biggest ever investigation into sex trafficking, announced 528 arrests but resulted in no convictions.However, a newspaper which carries advertising for illegal establishments and activities such as brothels or venues where sexual services are offered illegally may be liable to prosecution for money laundering offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.Historically, local police forces have wavered between zero tolerance of prostitution and unofficial red light districts.The cause: a short history of the women's movement in Great Britain."The politics of risk among London prostitutes".Retrieved 27 November 2015.
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180 sex workers were murdered in Britain between 19, according to figures given by the National Ugly Mugs (NUM) scheme.
The publication of directories of prostitutes (also known as contact magazines ) was legally challenged in 1962 when Frederick Charles Shaw published the Ladies Directory, a guide to London prostitutes.
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