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  • Imran Khan in Independent
    Asked if the judgment might send out the wrong message, Mr Khan said: "There will always be people out there with wrong intentions, but we must not criminalise people for simply looking at material, whether it is good or bad."
  • Nick Herbert in
    He said: "We need a commonsense approach that recognises young people's experiences so that we don't criminalise children by failing to properly distinguish between playground spats and serious crime. These new figures reinforce our longstanding...
  • Chris Bowen in Sydney Morning Herald
    The government intends to criminalise serious cartel conduct to send a very clear message to the business people who engage in such behaviour - cartel activity is theft, it is a form of stealing from consumers,Mr Bowen said. "While these...

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