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My right hon. Friend raises an important point.
I think it is morally right to harness whatever we can to help us deal with not only offenders, but the causes of offending.
I know that the hon.
My hon. Friend asks a very pertinent question.
My hon. Friend has put his finger on it, as usual.
As ever, the hon. Gentleman is the champion of the leading question, and I am not going to fall for that old trick.
I am grateful to my right hon.
I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman.
I am always happy to encourage free association of workers. It is part of who we are as a civilised society. The hon.
I am grateful to my hon. Friend.