Debate on DNA database continues to rage

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The issue of DNA profiling is likely to be embroiled in controversy in the run-up to the next election

DNA database likely to act as a lightening rod for civil liberties debate In the run up to a general election the DNA database is likely to act as a lightning rod for debate around civil libertie...

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