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Prostitution in the United Kingdom: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: The last offence replaced the similar "living on earnings of prostitution" under the ________.
Sexual Offences Act 1985Sexual Offences Act 2003Offences against the Person Act 1861Sexual Offences Act 1956

Question 2: The ________ reads [14]:
Sexual Offences Act 1956Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006Sexual Offences Act 2003Sex Offenders Act 1997

Question 3: In 2003, it was estimated that, in London, one woman in 300 was working as a prostitute (compared to one in 35 in ________).
StockholmAmsterdamAthensBerlin

Question 4: According to the present law, one prostitute may work from an indoor premises, but if there are two or more prostitutes the place is considered a ________ and it is illegal.
United StatesForced prostitutionBrothelProstitution

Question 5: Since the ________, the word prostitute is gender neutral, previously some laws only applied to female prostitutes.
Sexual Offences Act 2003Sex Offenders Act 1997Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006Sexual Offences Act 1956

Question 6: keeping a ________ is illegal (It is an offence for a person to keep, or to manage, or act or assist in the management of, a brothel to which people resort for practices involving prostitution [4]); a brothel is a premises where two or more prostitutes work.
United StatesBrothelRussiaForced prostitution

Question 7: Changes to the prostitution laws were included in the ________.
Extradition Act 2003Police Act 1996Sexual Offences Act 2003Policing and Crime Act 2009

Question 8: Historically, local police forces have wavered between ________ of prostitution and unofficial red light districts.
Illegal drug tradeItalyBlood alcohol contentZero tolerance

Question 9: [2] Activities which are illegal include soliciting in a public place, kerb crawling, keeping a ________, pimping, pandering and outraging public decency (having sex in public).
BrothelUnited StatesForced prostitutionRussia

Question 10: In the ________, prostitution itself (the exchange of sexual services for money) is legal, but most activities which surround it are outlawed.
CanadaEnglandWalesUnited Kingdom
















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