All 2 results for keir starmer speaker:Ann Coffey

Public Bill Committee: Serious Crime Bill [Lords]: New Clause 1 - Child Sexual Exploitation (20 Jan 2015)

Ann Coffey: ...problem in wider society of adults not understanding their responsibilities to all children—undeserving children as well as deserving children. When he was Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer made the point that all children should have the protection of the criminal justice system. He issued new guidance in October 2013 and said: “The final guidelines, which have been...

Child Protection (12 Sep 2013)

Ann Coffey: ...’t want to. I didn’t want to report the abuse but I was told I had to. It just feels like everything’s my fault and I wish I had never told anyone.” I welcome the new guidelines issued by Keir Starmer, the Director of Public Prosecutions, on cases involving child sexual abuse, which he said would ensure that the focus was on allegations made by victims, rather than their weaknesses...

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