Council manages where Hitler failed as historic strip club The Windmill loses its licence after undercover probe

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NOTORIOUS Soho strip club The Windmill boasted it was “never closed” during The Blitz – but now it could be shut down for good. On Thursday, Westminster Council succeeded where the Luftwaffe failed after stripping the venue of its licence. Undercover detectives working for an anonymous women’s rights group found the Windmill’s dancers flouted its […] ▶ Full story on thesun.co.uk
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