The scheme was announced following a study that uncovered financial hardship amongst dancers.
Faced with the financial uncertainty of Brexit and unregulated house fees, many strip club dancers have seen their earnings drop.
A dancer approached for comment stated: “There’s not the same amount of money going around because of economic, financial crisis stuff. People aren’t making the same money that they used to. Even the mob from the House of Lords have stopped coming in; we used to see them most lunchtimes.”
Boris Johnson has pledged to cut income tax bills for people earning more than £50,000 a year if he wins the race to succeed Theresa May as prime minister.
A spokesman for Mr Johnson gave further details of the measures: “In additional to the minimum fee we are also planning to introduce regulated audience fees, a government-backed apprentice scheme and a contactless payment system.
“We are also looking to outlaw zero-hour dances.”
The spokesman highlighted the importance of consulting with the dancers to ensure that they were happy with the suggested changes.
“We have invited a number of the industry leaders to meet with Boris and his advisers to help flesh out the proposal.”