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Sex Trade Workers

Volume 401: debated on Thursday 20 March 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what discussions the Government have had with the Government and agencies of the Republic of Ireland about preventing the movement of sex trade workers over the UK border with the Republic. [102433]

[holding answer 12 March 2003]: I am not aware that any discussions have taken place specifically focusing on preventing the movement of sex trade workers between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Number of females received into prison
19971998199920002001
For defaulting on the payment of a fine for using a television without a licence614124129
For defaulting on the payment of a fine for other offences31128519113764
For non-payment of community charge/council tax3011755
For non-payment of other debts00000