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I have a feeling that the right hon. Gentleman is misreading the Bill. I understand that the phrase “reasonable cause to suspect” would apply to the garage proprietor, not to the fictional Mr. McNulty, who gives his car in good faith to the garage proprietor, who happens to be a terrorist. Where in the Bill are Mr. McNulty’s interests protected?