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In the UK, generally there is no duty to report crime. There are circumstances where there is a duty to report suspicious activity or 'knowledge' or 'suspicion' of a crime. These include: financing of terrorism money laundering or dealing in other proceeds of crime (criminal property) or fraud in a regulated sector (e.g. solicitors, accountants, insolvency ...


Under English law, Bob is under no legal obligation to report the approach or the alleged crime, but it could well be said that he has a moral duty.


Factual. Source 1: Factual questions? – Dan Bron Jul 27 '15 at 13:11 Source 2: To describe questions are direct, non-value laden, and not leading, I might use the term factual questions. or, alternatively, objective questions.

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