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This House believes that minor crimes should be pursued with the same vigour as serious crimes

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Background and Context of Debate:

Serious crimes get more attention are investigated with greater vigour than minor crimes. Is that right, is that fair (given that 60% of all the victims are victims of minor crimes)?

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