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Sir, just to clarify that -- I don't want you to misunderstand -- in the context of the criminal law, those are the three places where the public interest argument can run, and it seems to me perfectly properly. Absolutely proper that the DPP or the CPS says, "This is a public interest question. We're not proceeding." Absolutely proper that the jury are addressed on the question, and then at the end, the judge has the case --

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