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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 ...


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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.


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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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