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The Earl of Glasgow: The most successful British film in Britain this year is something that I doubt any of us here will have seen, called "The Inbetweeners". It is about a whole lot of young people behaving very badly. It is what is sometimes called—oh dear, I have forgotten the name now, but there is a certain type of word for that particular type of film. It tends to be all about people behaving badly. What is the word for it? I cannot remember.

Baroness Benjamin: Anti-social?

The Earl of Glasgow: No. There is a word for it. Damn it; I should have written it down on my bit of paper but I did not.


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Nov. 3rd, 2011 08:25 pm (UTC)
Nov. 8th, 2011 11:35 am (UTC)
T5. [78466] Mrs Madeleine Moon (Bridgend) (Lab): South Wales police have an excellent programme for tackling domestic violence, working with local authorities, health authorities and voluntary groups. What new advice and guidance will be issued to them following the statement from the Under-Secretary of State for Justice, the hon. Member for Huntingdon (Mr Djanogly), that the Government did not consider an investigation by the police or the police having been called out as providing sufficient clear objective evidence that domestic violence had occurred?

The Minister for Equalities (Lynne Featherstone): We will be asking the, the idea that the police—I am sorry, but I did not hear the question properly. I apologise. Is the hon. Lady asking about the evidence needed to get legal aid for legal advice on domestic violence? I apologise to her. I did not hear the question.

Mr Speaker: We must move on.

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