The 'premier' british pressures to allocate the money received to the NGOS dedicated to combating human trafficking
May be committed to eradicating the trafficking of women in the Uk before 2030
Theresa May is being pressured to redirect 340.000 euros in donations from multi-millionaire Christopher Moran, the british press attributed the Sunday ownership of a building in South Kensington, London, where they work, "more than 100 prostitutes." Despite the fact that it has not been possible to demonstrate the relationship of the tycoon with the activity that occurs within the block of luxury, the first minister is already under pressure to allocate the money received to the NGOS dedicated to combating human trafficking.
The building in question, known as Chelsea Cloisters, is located in one of the most exclusive areas of the eastern part of the city centre, and one of the sex workers interviewed by 'The Sunday Times' ensures pay about 3,500 euros every month only for the rent of the apartment. The young man, who came from Romania, identified as the country hardest hit by the mafias of human trafficking that operate in the Uk, claims to have to sleep with over 30 men to be able to pay the monthly rent, as one-third of the 170 euros charged by the hour is what are the pages on which it is advertised.
The magnate of the british, to which he has been seen rubbing shoulders with members of the British Royal Family as queen Elizabeth II or prince Harry, defines himself as "astronomically rich". In the latest list of the wealthiest in the country published by the 'The Sunday Times', he makes sure that his fortune amounts to more than 450 million euros, and it is common to see your Rolls-Royce parked at the door of the Chelsea Cloisters, a place from which it is usually to work each day. In a statement made public by their attorneys, Moran, who has not been able to relate directly with the network of prostitution, ensure you have a policy of "zero tolerance" on the issue.
The Metropolitan police of London has insured that, in the light of the information presented, is considering opening an investigation by traffic of people, while the former commissioner anti-slavery british Kevin Hyland explained yesterday that "there has already been previous cases of suspicions about Chelsea Cloisters".
For this reason, the first minister, who has pledged to eradicate human trafficking by 2030, has received calls during the weekend to relay the donations to Moran to organizations that fight against this social scourge. "Theresa May has to give that money to NGOS that assist victims and use their power to change the laws that end with the demand," asked labour's Gavin Shuker, who defined the building as the "largest brothel in the country.
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