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Yes, it's completely different, but the requirement of the state to do that requires public buy-in and confidence from the public, and at the moment I don't think the public are well-served by policy-makers who have these conflicting demands on their time, and like Parliament has recently rationalised the Tribunal service or the Human Rights Commission, wrapping the different -- it's linked bodies together, and I think it would be useful if they were all wrapped into one.

I'm not saying that there are totally different requirements on each of the commissioners or separate responsibilities, but putting them in one place might be useful.

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