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However, there will be cases occasionally where it is clear, prior to the collection and consideration of all the likely evidence, that the public interest does not require a prosecution.

In these cases, prosecutors may decide that the case should not proceed further.

In every case where there is sufficient evidence to justify a prosecution, prosecutors must go on to consider whether a prosecution is required in the public interest.

Every case must be considered on its own individual facts and merits.

Detailed guidance is provided on the approach to be taken to reviewing cases that come within category 4, in particular on how to assess the evidential and public interest stages of the Full Code Test, and the relevance of Article 10 ECHR to these offences.

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