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THE GOVERNMENT WILL be urged to make it illegal to pay for sex in Ireland at a conference being held in Dublin later today.
The Immigrant Council of Ireland will host the conference where the Minister of State for Trade and Development Joe Costello is likely to come under pressure to say what the outcome of the current review of prostitution laws in Ireland will be.
“The announcement that the Government is examining the laws is welcome and gives us an opportunity to send a strong message to pimps, brothel owners and human traffickers that their activities are not welcome in Ireland,” Denise Charlton, the CEO of the ICI said.
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The British man, who is in his late twenties, was arrested in Dublin by gardai last weekend after he travelled to Ireland by ferry to speak to the teen’s mother about his relationship with her daughter.
The wealthy businessman appeared Dublin District Court earlier this week charged with four counts of engaging in a sexual act with a child under the age of 17 years on dates in 2016 and this year.
Garda Faulkner said the girl was subscribed to the under-17s category of the website.
It was alleged she engaged in conversation with the accused.
Last week, the Justice Minister Alan Shatter published a major document as part of a public consultation process on whether Ireland’s laws around prostitution should be changed.