National Vigilance Association
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The National Vigilance Association was a society established in August 1885 "for the enforcement and improvement of the laws for the repression of criminal vice and public immorality". It was the result of articles exposing child prostitution by W. T. Stead in the Pall Mall Gazette. Stead became a member of its council.
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