JobCentres banned from carrying sex vacancies

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JobCentres have been banned from advertising vacancies for strippers, escorts and other workers in the sex industry, it was disclosed yesterday. The revised guidelines for staff were drawn up after complaints that unemployed people were being sent for interviews with the "modelling and personal services sector".

The new guidelines state: "The Employment Service is not willing to handle vacancies associated with the sex "industry", or which involve personal services of a sexual nature. The guidelines warn adverts associated with "massage parlours, escort and kissagram agencies, striptease artists, models for "blue" films/magazines or performers in sex shows" were not in the "best interests of the public".