The Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer, has spoken about the debate over whether people accused of child sex abuse should be named.
Mr Starmer told ITV News' UK Editor Lucy Manning:
"There are strong arguments either way. I can quite understand the concern of people who are wrongly accused or this sort of conduct .
"On the other hand it has to be recognised that in many cases further victims come forward because they know who the individual is".
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