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-- complain to the PCC and the PCC consider the complaint and they reach a view and try and negotiate a settlement, and I see no reason why that shouldn't carry on. Obviously it's much better for people who have concerns to have them addressed, and I have no doubt that those who wish to complain would be very happy to see a correction the following day rather than something six months down the track.

So I take all you've said on board, but the alternative is that you don't cope with the problems of those who can't afford to litigate, because the risk is too great, the financial consequences, however modest, are too much on top of what they're already going through.

I mean, you will have seen --

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