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When is offender not an offender?

People who break the law should no longer be branded "offenders" as it is insulting and hinders their rehabilitation, according to a prisons reform campaigner.

Frances Crook, of Howard League for Penal Reform, and Conservative MP David Davis discuss the use of penal language.

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