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Sex offenders

Asked if the Prime Minister thought that it was right that sex offenders could apply to have their names removed from the sex offenders register, the PMS replied that on the issue of Europe and the Human Rights Act, there was a commission in place looking into the case for a British Bill of Rights.

On this particular issue, there was a legal judgement and we had to abide by the law, but we had taken the opportunity to strengthen the way we policed the sex offenders register.

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