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READ MORE: MSP defies popular opinion on sex industry Prostitution is one of the most divisive issues in politics today. Those who see sex work as a legitimate career choice tend to support fully decriminalising (as New Zealand has done) or even legalising the industry (such as what happend in Germany); those who see it as violence against women tend to support decriminalising the sale, while criminalising the purchase (the so-called Nordic model). Both camps come armed with arguments which they lob at each other on Twitter and Facebook. The pro-Nordic model lobby insist legalisation would lead to an explosion in the trade (in Germany, there are now 400,000 prostitutes servicing 1.2 million men in a range of mega-brothels) and that failing to criminalise the sale will lead to Scotland becoming a haven for traffickers. The pro-legalisation lobby, meanwhile, believes criminalising the sale of sex places prostitutes at heightened risk as clients will be less willing to go to the authorities if they suspect a woman is being coerced. Many sex workers also oppose the existing law under which two women working out of the same flat are deemed to be running an illegal brothel; they say this forces them to see clients alone. In Scotland, the divide has manifested itself in the Battle of the Bills. In 2012, Labour MSP Rhoda Grant failed to garner sufficient support for her Criminalisation of the Purchase of Sex (Bill); then, in 2015, independent MSP Jean Urquhart failed to garner sufficient support for her bill to decriminalise sex work. At the last SNP conference, delegates voted in favour of taking the criminalisation of the purchase of sex route, but the party is still split. A cross-party group, led by Grant and SNP MSP Ash Denham, is trying to mobilise opinion.

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