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CPS-byword for inefficiency

Leo McKinstry writes in the Sunday Telegraph on 18 June 2006:

"The Crown Prosecution Service has become a byword for inefficiency, regularly undermining court proceedings with lost files and other administrative errors. Far too much of its time is spent fretting about other issues such as cultural diversity and not enough on prosecuting criminals. So 40 rapists are let off with a caution, while a 10 year old child is pursued into court by the CPS for allegedly racially abusing another child in the playground."

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