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Does my noble friend agree, given what happened in Scotland, that every referendum is greeted with, “We will have to have another one because we do not like the result”? What happens if the second referendum is closer than the last one? Will there be a third referendum and a fourth referendum? It is an abrogation of responsibility.
To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen on 28 September (HL1957), how many full-time equivalent staff are employed on work for the Joint Anti-Corruption Unit; and what are the (1) staff, and (2) other, costs of that unit.
My Lords, did I read correctly in the newspapers recently that the person in charge of prosecutions said that the fact that charges are not proceeded with certainly does not prove innocence, but simply that there was insufficient evidence to proceed with the charges? How does that sit with the issue of innocent until proven guilty?
Entered the House of Lords in 1997
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