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Not registered? Register here. Its owner, a former detective, told the programme police are choosing to allow some brothels to operate if they offer a safe environment for their workers. One sex worker, called Louise, who has a diploma in marine biology, said she wants to challenge the stigma around sex work. Photos of the workers are posted on social media in a bid to attract clients. There are two bedrooms in the flat and both reportedly have cream walls, grey bedding and silk cushions.
Louise added: "If I'm on my own - which is what the law allows me to do - I'm at the mercy of whichever client decides to come in. It is illegal to operate brothels in England and Wales, although it is not illegal to buy and sell sex.
The owner, referred to as Karl, said he is happy breaking the law because he does not agree with it. Karl, who was been in the business for 15 years after leaving the police, added: "We don't allow drugs, no under-age girls.
We check everyone's passports. The National Police Chiefs' Council NPCC lead for prostitution and sex working, Assistant Chief Constable Dan Vajzovic, told the BBC: "Officers will now consider a range of factors, including the safety of those sex workers involved, before deciding on whether prosecution is the most appropriate response to an offence. ES Money. The Escapist. The Reveller. ES Best. ES Mag. Follow us:. Password Please enter a valid password.
Submit Submit. By Tom Powell. Sign up Sign up. Karl and Louise, who both pay tax on their earnings, agreed that brothels should be legalised.