Community workers in Bury Park - a bustling mile-long strip of Asian food and clothing stores, wholesalers and importers surrounded by rows of terraced housing - admit drugs is their major problem, with the attendant difficulties of youth crime and unemployment.
Everything is all right after that.".
You go out thieving in the shops or the streets and get enough to buy your bags of drugs.
Commercial websites that advertise prostitution enable this trade, making sizeable profits and directly benefiting from the exploitation of others.Other measures include fitting doors to secure bin store areas and installing car park barriers."Drugs is the best thing around here, there is nothing else for us to look forward.Vulnerable women are being sexually exploited on an industrial scale in pop-up brothels run by trafficking gangs, according to a report."It's getting worse, I am seeing prostitutes all the time, every day, there is drug dealing as well she said.Those at the front line of Bury Park's problems put them down to a general social malaise and history of urban deprivation combined with a failure by the authority to recognise the specific needs of its immigrant inhabitants.Resources have been allocated to projects that will support workers to leave the sex trade.As part of the crackdown, which aims to stop street working, anti-social behaviour and crime in High Town, regular police patrols take place in the area.
They come through the back window looking for my pension money or whatever they can get their hands.".The jobless rate.9 per cent in two council wards of Biscot and Dallow is double that of Luton as a whole and more than triple that for all Bedfordshire.Gavin Shuker, the Labour MP for Luton South and appg chairman, said: A revolving door of vulnerable women, predominantly from eastern Europe, are being supplied by trafficking gangs into residential properties and hotels in order to be sexually exploited by UK men.The entrance to a brothel in Soho, central London.Sultan Mahmood, development officer for the Bury Park Community Resource Centre set up with a government grant two years ago, said: "We have a situation where the basic facilities and amenities don't exist hong kong nightlife prostitution to help us take youngsters off the streets and away from things.The appg called for the UK to follow the lead of other European countries by criminalising people who pay for sex, but decriminalising the selling of sex, in an attempt to cut demand.
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