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Harriet Harman says 'Sarah's Law' trial 'is encouraging'

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Parents across England and Wales could be told about sex offenders who may come into contact with their children.

The government is considering rolling out the "Sarah's Law" scheme, currently being trialled in Hampshire, Warwickshire, north Cambridgeshire and Cleveland

Speaking on the BBC's Politics Show, the Leader of the Commons, Harriet Harman, said the trial seems to have been very successful.

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