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2009). ‘Police fear laws to criminalise men who pay for sex will be “unworkable”’, The Telegraph [online 5 April], available at: http://www. html [accessed 3 June 2009]. Wintour, P. (2008). guardian. gusrc=rss&feed=networ kfront [accessed 9 September 2008]. Woodward, W. (2007). ukcrime [accessed 21 December 2007]. Chapter 3 Out of the Shadows (and Into a Bit of Light): Decriminalization, Human Rights and Street-based Sex Work in New Zealand Lynzi Armstrong Introduction On 25 June 2003, prostitution was decriminalized in New Zealand.
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We want the police to use that power (cited in Travis, 2005: 1). Thus, before the strategy had even been released, the government made it clear that it would be taking a hard-line approach to men who buy sex, in particular the kerb-crawler. The government’s predetermined intentions were also made apparent before the Tackling Demand review was initiated in 2008. Despite visiting the Netherlands as part of the review, indications that the government was already considering following the Swedish model was made apparent in December 2007, when the Commons Leader, Solicitor General Harriet Harman QC held that a Swedish-style law against the purchase of sex is necessary to tackle demand for sex workers trafficked into Britain (Woodward 2007).
New sociologies of sex work by Kate Hardy; Sarah Kingston; Teela Sanders