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- Nearly 50 Romanian sex workers found operating in Hounslow
- Inside London's huge indoor red-light district dubbed 'the ten floors of whores'
- Soho prostitutes: 'We want safe sex'
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Nearly 50 Romanian sex workers found operating in Hounslow
Soho prostitutes will be put in danger if a bill aimed at curbing sex trafficking becomes law, the English Collective of Prostitutes has warned. Under the Policing and Crime Bill, read for the second time in the Commons on Monday receptionists and maids who look after the area's prostitutes could be prosecuted for 'controlling prostitution for gain'.
This is the London block of flats dubbed the city's massive indoor red-light district. The Chelsea Cloisters building in west London has even been described as 'the ten floors of whores' by people allegedly turning a blind eye to sex workers inside. Owned by millionaire Tory donor.
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Inside London's huge indoor red-light district dubbed 'the ten floors of whores'
HERE I am standing on Sussex Gardens, talking on the phone to a resident who's telling me that "hopefully, after yesterday's court case, I'll be spared the 3am echo of stiletto heels on cobblestones", when I become aware of a woman walking past me, stopping and turning to face me. Before I can answer, she adds: "I'm Grace, what's your name? She looks about 30 and is dressed in dirty jeans and a long coat.
Soho prostitutes: 'We want safe sex'
Please refresh the page and retry. A special constable and his Hungarian wife have gone on trial accused of flying in women from Eastern Europe to work as prostitutes at the Chelsea Cloisters apartment block in west London. Karl Ring, 34, and Ivett Szuda, 32, are accused of using the money they made from their stable of sex workers to fund a luxury lifestyle involving designer clothes, gold jewellery and five star holidays.
The Chelsea Cloisters building in west London is said to house mainly Eastern European sex workers who go for lunch wearing pyjamas and stock up on kinky toys from nearby shops. The Chelsea Cloisters building in west London has even been described as 'the ten floors of whores' by people allegedly turning a blind eye to sex workers inside. Owned by millionaire Tory donor Christopher Moran, the building is said to house mainly Eastern European sex workers, according to an investigation by The Sun. The girls are reportedly now so comfortable with their set-up, they go for lunch in groups wearing pyjamas and stock up on sex supplies from nearby shops. The building hit headlines last year after it was revealed a police officer and his wife were flying in prostitutes to work out of the flats. Ivett Szuda, 32, and her British husband Karl Ring, 34, were found guilty of trafficking and sexual exploitation. During the investigation into the ongoing sex scandal, a reporter posing as a punter finds booking a girl inside the Cloisters building is quick and simple.