I would ignore any new laws, that is not subject to negotiation.
Regarding the street scene, that has always been illegal -------------- and quite right as well, normal people have to live in these red light areas.
Coming from someone who has obviously radically changed their behaviour since the street scene died, that does sound a bit disingenuous. I'm not having a go at you, and you are obviously not the only one, but you do openly discuss it. In fact I'd bet 99% of those that patronised street girls 20 years ago don't do it at all now. However, if I had done it to any significant extent in the past I wouldn't be taking a high moralistic attitude against those who would do it now just because I don't any more. I'd feel like a hypocrite. That's the difference.
The street scene died for many reasons, CCTV certainly played a part but the arrival of Adultwork must have taken a lot of girls away from the streets.
The police can't enforce drug laws,
Well they do. The prisons and probation service are loaded with people who have been caught. A couple of Australians paid with their lives as a result of getting caught, barely a month ago.
they can't even stop drivers using their mobile phones,
They can stop them and penalise them for it, and they do. Even though there are far too few police patrol cars around, that's one of the things those that are out there intensely look out for. If you habitually chat on your mobile phone whilst driving there's a high chance of being caught. Complacency creeps in again.
how on earth are they going to stop two adults engaging in a paid sex encounter.
Lots of ways. It doesn't take much imagination. If they allow girls to work unhindered it would be easy. Intercepting phone messages is apparently big in Sweden. SMS's can be very incriminating.
What you mean is that the police are not very effective. That is plain to see, but that doesn't make it any easier for those that get caught. And you can be sure that people will get caught. The rest (apart from JRC) will be fearful.