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I beg to move, That the clause be read a Second time.
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Given that paedophiles are more likely than other offenders to become repeat criminals, it is absolutely vital that we keep track of those who have been caught and convicted before. I intend to press the new clause to a vote.
By reducing the registration time to 48 hours, the police and other agencies will be able to keep an eye on paedophiles more easily and hinder their ability to escape the law. Let us change the law tonight, plug the loophole and let the Government conduct their review on that basis, with good will from all sides.
An additional point is that a period of 14 days allows the predatory paedophile the opportunity to "groom" his clients—as he would put it—and 48 hours would make that exceedingly difficult.