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Home Secretary Jacqui Smith announced plans to make it an offence to pay for sex with a "controlled" woman, such as those with pimps, in brothels or who have been trafficked.
Men who have sex with a woman who they know was a victim of people smuggling could even face rape charges. The Home Office stopped short of an outright ban on paying for sex after admitting it would be "difficult to enforce" in the UK. But the review document did not rule out such a move in the future once attitudes of customers and the public have been "challenged". Finger on the Pulse: Max Pemberton on the sex industry. Why Jacqui Smith can't ban prostitution.
Prostitute clients targeted. New laws would make life worse for prostitutes. Prostitution nonsense. Critics said the new law would only make the problem harder to control and said the Government would be better focused on stopping women being forced into the sex trade in the first place. Conservative women's spokeswoman Theresa May said: "Once again the Government's answer is to reach for new legislation.
More than one in 10 men are said to pay for sex and it is feared 4, woman have been trafficked into the country for sex exploitation. Under the changes, paying for sex with a woman "controlled for another's gain" will become a "strict liability offence" in England and Wales, meaning prosecutors will not have to prove that the man knew a prostitute was being exploited in order to charge him.
In cases where the man knows that the woman is working as a prostitute against her will, he could be charged with rape, which carries a potential life jail sentence. A change in the existing laws will also allow kerb crawlers to be prosecuted for a first offence, rather than persistent activity.