Tuesday, 25 November 2008

Sexual Encounter Licenses

The BBC today reports on an interesting exchange between lap dancer owner Peter Stringfellow and the Commons Culture Committee regarding new proposals and 'sexual encounter' licenses. The proposals seem typically muddled.

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Sarah said...

Im confused!. On both parts of the argumement. What differentiates gentlemens clubs and strip clubs , don't they really go hand in hand? And whats all this about planning. The reason they are in the place they are is because they attract business there. If you move them, then possibily they will receive less revenue. Shouldn't we be supporting the economy?. Instead of trying to minimise trade. I agree with Stringfellow is saying, ultimatly i dont really see any reason for change.

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