Admissions statistics for Law (M100) - University of Warwick

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John Dimitroulopoulos

Dear University of Warwick,

Please provide the following data regarding undergraduate admissions to the Law LLB (M100) programme at the University of Warwick for the following admissions cycles: 2012/2013, 2013/2014, 2014/2015, 2015/2016, and 2016/2017.

Their attachment as an Excel file would be preferable, so as to facilitate their comparison and compilation.

(I)GCSEs
The percentage of applicants who have achieved (I)GCSE grades prior to their application;

The average number of A*s already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;
The average number of As already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;
The average number of Bs already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;
The average number of Cs already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;

The average number of A*s already achieved at (I)GCSE level by offer holders;
The average number of As already achieved at (I)GCSE level by offer holders;
The average number of Bs already achieved at (I)GCSE level by offer holders;
The average number of Cs already achieved at (I)GCSE level by offer holders;

AS-levels (if applicable)
The percentage of applicants who have achieved AS level grades prior to their application;

The average number of As already achieved at AS level by applicants;
The average number of Bs already achieved at AS level by applicants;
The average number of Cs already achieved at AS level by applicants;
The average number of Ds already achieved at AS level by applicants;

The mean average UMS for applicants (if taken into consideration);
The mean average UMS for offer holders (if taken into consideration);

A-levels
The percentage of applicants who have predicted or achieved A-level grades prior to their application (i.e. those not sitting a foreign examination, such the IB or the European Baccalaureate);

The average number of predicted A* grades for applicants studying A-levels;
The average number of predicted A grades for applicants studying A-levels;
The average number of predicted B grades for applicants studying A-levels;
The average number of predicted C grades for applicants studying A-levels.

The average number of predicted A* grades for offer holders studying A-levels;
The average number of predicted A grades for offer holders studying A-levels;
The average number of predicted B grades for offer holders studying A-levels;
The average number of predicted C grades for offer holders studying A-levels.

The average number of A-level subjects taken by applicants;
The average number of A-level subjects taken by offer holders;

IB
The average predicted IB grade for applicants (for instance, 40);
The average predicted IB grade for applicants (for instance, 41);

LNAT (if applicable)
The average score in the multiple choice section of the LNAT held by applicants;
The average score in the multiple choice section of the LNAT held by offer holders;

Acceptances
The total number of applicants for the M100 course;
The total number of offer holders for the M100 course;
The offer rate for the M100 course;

The percentage of offer holders who chose your university’s M100 course as their firm choice on UCAS;
The total number of offer holders who met or exceeded their offer;
The total number of offer holders who missed their offer;
The number of offer holders who missed their offer in some way, but who were still offered a place on results day.

Yours faithfully,

John Dimitroulopoulos

infocompliance, Resource, University of Warwick

Thank you for your email which has been received by the University's
Information and Data Compliance Team. 

The University undertakes to respond to Freedom of Information requests
within 20 working days and to Subject Access Requests within 40 calendar
days.

Please note that during the Christmas period the University will be closed
from the afternoon of Friday 22^nd December 2017 until the morning of
Wednesday 3^rd of January 2018. Upon our return we will expedite any
requests received during the Christmas period and endeavour to respond
within the relevant statutory time period.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Information and Data Compliance Team.

infocompliance, Resource, University of Warwick

Dear Mr Dimitroulopoulous,

Thank you for submitting an FOI request, asking for information from the
University of Warwick. In order to comply with your request, please could
you clarify the following:

·         Are you seeking the information requested for Home and EU
applicants and offer holders only, or all applicants and offer holders?

·         Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to the GCSEs held by applicants as this is not data
which is collected by the University.

·         The University us unable to provide complete data with regards
to AS-levels as some applicants may have achieved them, but not declared
them, therefore the data is not comprehensive. Do you still wish for us to
try and provide this information?

·         In addition to this, AS-Level data is only retained on a line by
line basis at qualification level. Therefore, in order to provide a
suitable response it would be required for the team in question to sum
every instance of an applicant or offer holder in the cohort achieving
grade X, and diving this by the total number who declared at least one
AS-Level to provide a mean average. Would this be acceptable?

·         Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to UMS held by applicants as this is not data which
is collected by the University.

·         As noted previously, A-Level information is held line by line,
therefore it may be possible to give the percentage of applicants who have
at least predicted or achieved A Level, however this could not be
completed, within the time limit set out by the FOIA*, to limit this to
those taking A-Levels only (that is to say, some of those applicants
included in the response may also be taking BTEC qualifications or one or
more International Baccalaureate subjects). Would this be acceptable for
you?

·         Similarly, the average for each predicted grade for applicants
and offer holders studying A-levels can only be provided by following the
method set out in the point above. That is to say, to sum every instance
of an applicant or offer holder in the cohort achieving grade X, and
diving this by the total number who declared at least one AS-Level to
provide a mean average. Would this be acceptable?

·         For the International Baccalaureate queries, do you mean the
average predicted grade for applicants AND offer holders?

·         Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to LNAT held by applicants as this is not data which
is collected by the University.

·         For your query regarding acceptances the University can provide
a partial response but there are limitations to what it is able to
provide. For example, an applicant who accepts the University of Warwick
as insurance in the first instance, but is rejected by their firm choice
before the University of Warwick can make a final decision, will have
their status updated to firm and cannot thereafter be identified as an
applicant who was originally an insurance accept.

Furthermore, the University only records whether or not an applicant met
or exceeded their offer, if the offer was conditional (ie this does not
apply to unconditional offer holders) and if they are admitted onto the
course that they originally applied for (ie we do not record this if they
change courses after acceptance). The University will be unable to comment
on how many applicants missed their offer as there may have been some who
were offered an alternative programme and their course code will have been
overwritten.

Also, the University would not be able to identify when places were
confirmed - acceptances may have been some days after "results day".
Therefore, are you happy to receive only the data we hold, which may
limited for the purposes of your request?

*Public authorities are not obliged to work past the appropriate costs
limit under section 12(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This is
currently £450, which equates to 18 hours of staff time calculated at £25
an hour as set out in the Freedom of Information and Data Protection
(Appropriate Limit and Fees) Regulations 2004.

 

Given the caveats above of what the University can and cannot provide can
you confirm you wish for us to continue with your Freedom of Information
request and if so, provide the clarification requested above?

 

We look forward to hearing from you. The University will be unable to
proceed with your request until you have provided the requested
information. Please note that we will close your request in 20 working
days if we receive no reply.

Kind Regards

 

Information and Data Compliance Team

 

 

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

John Dimitroulopoulos

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for responding to my queries. I have answered your questions below.

· Are you seeking the information requested for Home and EU
applicants and offer holders only, or all applicants and offer holders?

For all applicants and offer holders, please. That includes Home, EU, and internationals.

· Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to the GCSEs held by applicants as this is not data
which is collected by the University.

Thank you for making this point.

· The University us unable to provide complete data with regards
to AS-levels as some applicants may have achieved them, but not declared
them, therefore the data is not comprehensive. Do you still wish for us to
try and provide this information?

Yes please. I appreciate that not everyone sits AS under the new system, but just knowing the grades of those who have sat them would be extremely helpful.

· In addition to this, AS-Level data is only retained on a line by
line basis at qualification level. Therefore, in order to provide a
suitable response it would be required for the team in question to sum
every instance of an applicant or offer holder in the cohort achieving
grade X, and diving this by the total number who declared at least one
AS-Level to provide a mean average. Would this be acceptable?

It would, thank you.

· Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to UMS held by applicants as this is not data which
is collected by the University.

Thank you for pointing this out - it was my suspicion as well.

· As noted previously, A-Level information is held line by line,
therefore it may be possible to give the percentage of applicants who have
at least predicted or achieved A Level, however this could not be
completed, within the time limit set out by the FOIA*, to limit this to
those taking A-Levels only (that is to say, some of those applicants
included in the response may also be taking BTEC qualifications or one or
more International Baccalaureate subjects). Would this be acceptable for
you?

Would it be possible to limit the data considered to those offering just A-level grades? Thank you.

· Similarly, the average for each predicted grade for applicants
and offer holders studying A-levels can only be provided by following the
method set out in the point above. That is to say, to sum every instance
of an applicant or offer holder in the cohort achieving grade X, and
diving this by the total number who declared at least one AS-Level to
provide a mean average. Would this be acceptable?

Yes, this would be acceptable.

· For the International Baccalaureate queries, do you mean the
average predicted grade for applicants AND offer holders?

Applicants and offer holders, yes. Excuse my typing mistake.

· Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to LNAT held by applicants as this is not data which
is collected by the University.

Thank you for pointing this out.

· For your query regarding acceptances the University can provide
a partial response but there are limitations to what it is able to
provide. For example, an applicant who accepts the University of Warwick
as insurance in the first instance, but is rejected by their firm choice
before the University of Warwick can make a final decision, will have
their status updated to firm and cannot thereafter be identified as an
applicant who was originally an insurance accept.

That is fine. We will have to take the figures with a pinch of salt.

Furthermore, the University only records whether or not an applicant met
or exceeded their offer, if the offer was conditional (ie this does not
apply to unconditional offer holders) and if they are admitted onto the
course that they originally applied for (ie we do not record this if they
change courses after acceptance). The University will be unable to comment
on how many applicants missed their offer as there may have been some who
were offered an alternative programme and their course code will have been
overwritten.

I appreciate this, and will take this into account when considering the final set of data that you will provide. Thank you for pointing out this possible limitation.

Also, the University would not be able to identify when places were
confirmed - acceptances may have been some days after "results day".
Therefore, are you happy to receive only the data we hold, which may
limited for the purposes of your request?

Yes, I would be more than happy to do so.

*Public authorities are not obliged to work past the appropriate costs
limit under section 12(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This is
currently £450, which equates to 18 hours of staff time calculated at £25
an hour as set out in the Freedom of Information and Data Protection
(Appropriate Limit and Fees) Regulations 2004.

Given the caveats above of what the University can and cannot provide can
you confirm you wish for us to continue with your Freedom of Information
request and if so, provide the clarification requested above?

I would indeed like to proceed, even with the qualifications outlined above.

Yours sincerely,

John Dimitroulopoulos

infocompliance, Resource, University of Warwick

Dear Mr Dimitroulopoulous,

Thank you for your return email regarding the clarification sought in order to answer your request.

Where you have stated below "Would it be possible to limit the data considered to those offering just A-level grades"

As noted in our email the University is unfortunately unable to extract this information within the time limit as it would mean checking the entire portfolio for everyone just in case they had one non A Level qualification. Therefore, can you confirm if you are seeking the grade averages, with caveat data notes stating that it will contain mixed portfolios?

We look forward to hearing from you. The University will be unable to proceed with your request until you have provided the requested information. Please note that we will close your request in 20 working days if we receive no reply.

Kind Regards
 
Information and Data Compliance Team

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

John Dimitroulopoulos

Dear Sir/Madam,

That would be perfectly fine. I appreciate the resource limits you face, and I will take that into account when considering the data.

Yours sincerely,

John Dimitroulopoulos

infocompliance, Resource, University of Warwick

Thank you for your email which has been received by the University's
Information and Data Compliance Team. 

The University undertakes to respond to Freedom of Information requests
within 20 working days and to Subject Access Requests within 40 calendar
days.

Please note that the University if Warwick is closed for the Christmas
period from the afternoon of Friday 22^nd December 2017 until the morning
of Wednesday 3^rd of January 2018. Upon our return we will expedite any
requests received during the Christmas period and endeavour to respond
within the relevant statutory time period.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Information and Data Compliance Team.

infocompliance, Resource, University of Warwick

Dear John Dimitroulopoulos,

 

The University apologies for the delay in responding to your request for
information under the Freedom of Information Act.

 

It has taken a little while to gather and consolidate the information you
have requested with the break over the Christmas and New Years Period and
associated annual leave of staff due to this.

 

We hope to be able to provide you with a response soon and will be in
touch in due course if we require any further information or
clarification.

 

Kind Regards

Legal Compliance Team

infocompliance, Resource, University of Warwick

Dear Mr Dimitroulopoulos,

Thank you for your email dated 8^th, 20^th and 22^nd of December 2017
requesting information about the University of Warwick. Your request is
being considered under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Please find
below your original request and our response.

Please provide the following data regarding undergraduate admissions to
the Law LLB (M100) programme at the University of Warwick for the
following admissions cycles: 2012/2013, 2013/2014, 2014/2015, 2015/2016,
and 2016/2017.

(I)GCSEs

The percentage of applicants who have achieved (I)GCSE grades prior to
their application;

The average number of A*s already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;
The average number of As already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;
The average number of Bs already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;
The average number of Cs already achieved at (I)GCSE level by applicants;

The average number of A*s already achieved at (I)GCSE level by offer
holders; The average number of As already achieved at (I)GCSE level by
offer holders; The average number of Bs already achieved at (I)GCSE level
by offer holders; The average number of Cs already achieved at (I)GCSE
level by offer holders;

Section 1(1) (a) Freedom of Information Act imposes a duty on public
authorities to inform the requester whether or not the information
requested is held by the authority. The University does not hold the
grades achieved at GCSE level, so is unable to answer this part of your
request.

AS-levels (if applicable)

The percentage of applicants who have achieved AS level grades prior to
their application;

Percentage of applicants achieving AS-level grades for the University of
Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Percentage 76.85% 77.36% 77.02% 69.03% 77.08%

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the percentage of
applicants who have declared that they have taken AS Levels. Please note
that this is not related to curriculum reform and the decoupling of A and
AS Levels in any way.

The average number of As, Bs, Cs and Ds already achieved at AS level by
applicants

Average numbers of grades achieved by applicants studying AS-levels for
the University of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken down by entry
year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number of As 1.70 2.05 2.22 2.31 2.42
Average number of Bs 0.93 1.19 1.23 1.18 1.18
Average number of Cs 0.23 0.55 0.52 0.53 0.53
Average number of Ds 0.47 0.23 0.19 0.17 0.19

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the sum of every instance
of an applicant in the cohort declaring this grade divided by the total
who declared taking at least one AS level.

The mean average UMS for applicants (if taken into consideration); The
mean average UMS for offer holders (if taken into consideration);

Section 1(1) (a) Freedom of Information Act imposes a duty on public
authorities to inform the requester whether or not the information
requested is held by the authority. The University does not hold
information regarding UMS, so is unable to answer this part of your
request.

A-levels

The percentage of applicants who have predicted or achieved A-level grades
prior to their application (i.e. those not sitting a foreign examination,
such the IB or the European Baccalaureate);

Percentage of applicants with predicted or achieved A-level grades for the
University of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Percentage 83.56% 84.68% 83.22% 74.75% 82.40%

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the percentage of
applicants who have declared that they have taken AS Levels. Please note
that this is not related to curriculum reform and the decoupling of A and
AS Levels in anyway.

The average number of predicted A*, A, B and C grades for applicants
studying A-levels.

Average numbers of predicted grades achieved by applicants studying
A-levels for the University of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken
down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number of A*s 1.69 0.93 0.99 1.17 1.09
Average number of As 0.88 1.63 1.71 1.96 1.91
Average number of Bs 0.34 0.36 0.33 0.39 0.34
Average number of Cs 0.08 0.07 0.05 0.07 0.07

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the sum of every instance
of an applicant in the cohort predicted this grade divided by the total
who took at least one A Level. Please note that a number of applicants do
not have predicated grades, or have a predicted range rather than single
grade.

The average number of A-level subjects taken by applicants;

Average numbers of A-level subjects taken by applicants for the University
of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number 3.20 3.30 3.37 3.42 3.55

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the mean average.

The average number of A-level subjects taken by offer holders;

Average numbers of A-level subjects taken by offer holders for the
University of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number 3.25 3.35 3.38 3.50 3.66

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the mean average.

IB

The average predicted IB grade for applicants (for instance, 40);

Average predicted IB grade for applicants for the University of Warwick’s
Law LLB (M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number 40.30 40.13 40.80 40.69 40.32

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the mean average.

The average predicted IB grade for offer holders (for instance, 41);

Average predicted IB grade for applicants for the University of Warwick’s
Law LLB (M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number 41.10 40.90 41.20 41.44 41.39

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above is the mean average.

LNAT (if applicable)

The average score in the multiple choice section of the LNAT held by
applicants; The average score in the multiple choice section of the LNAT
held by offer holders;

Section 1(1) (a) Freedom of Information Act imposes a duty on public
authorities to inform the requester whether or not the information
requested is held by the authority. The University does not hold
information regarding LNAT, so is unable to answer this part of your
request.

Acceptances

The total number of applicants for the M100 course.

Total number of applicants for the University of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100)
programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Number of 1,892 1,789 1,436 1,624 1,597
applicants

The total number of offer holders for the M100 course.

Total number of offer holders for the University of Warwick’s Law LLB
(M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Number of offer holders 1,346 1,273 1,076 883 827

The offer rate for the M100 course.

Offer rate for the University of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken
down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Offer rate 71.14% 71.16% 74.93% 54.37% 51.78%

The percentage of offer holders who chose your university’s M100 course as
their firm choice on UCAS.

Offer rate for the University of Warwick’s Law LLB (M100) programme broken
down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Percentage 31.35% 29.22% 28.90% 32.16% 32.89%

Data Notes

•        The data provided in the table above may not be fully accurate as
applicants who choose the University of Warwick as their insurance choice
and are rejected by their firm choice before being accepted by the
University of Warwick have their status overwritten from insurance to firm
at the point of that rejection.

The total number of offer holders who met or exceeded their offer.

Total number of offer holders for the University of Warwick’s Law LLB
(M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number 329 300 208 200 218

Data Notes

• The data provided in the table above is limited to those who were
accepted by the University (ie does not include decliners, for whom we do
not record this information)

The total number of offer holders who missed their offer.

Section 1(1) (a) Freedom of Information Act imposes a duty on public
authorities to inform the requester whether or not the information
requested is held by the authority. The University  does not hold this
information as some will be offered an alternative course and from that
point the University can no longer identify them as M100 applicants, so is
unable to answer this part of your request.

The number of offer holders who missed their offer in some way, but who
were still offered a place on results day.

Total number of offer holders for the University of Warwick’s Law LLB
(M100) programme broken down by entry year
Year of entry 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Average number 13 69 73 45 45

Data Notes

• The data provided in the table above includes those offered a place on
M100, and data provided is not limited to any particular "results day".

After seeking clarification you provided the further following
information:

·         Are you seeking the information requested for Home and EU
applicants and offer holders only, or all applicants and offer holders?

For all applicants and offer holders, please. That includes Home, EU, and
internationals.

·         Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to the GCSEs held by applicants as this is not data
which is collected by the University.

Thank you for making this point.

·         The University us unable to provide complete data with regards
to AS-levels as some applicants may have achieved them, but not declared
them, therefore the data is not comprehensive. Do you still wish for us to
try and provide this information?

Yes please. I appreciate that not everyone sits AS under the new system,
but just knowing the grades of those who have sat them would be extremely
helpful.

·         In addition to this, AS-Level data is only retained on a line by
line basis at qualification level. Therefore, in order to provide a
suitable response it would be required for the team in question to sum
every instance of an applicant or offer holder in the cohort achieving
grade X, and diving this by the total number who declared at least one
AS-Level to provide a mean average. Would this be acceptable?

It would, thank you.

·         Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to UMS held by applicants as this is not data which
is collected by the University.

Thank you for pointing this out - it was my suspicion as well.

·         As noted previously, A-Level information is held line by line,
therefore it may be possible to give the percentage of applicants who have
at least predicted or achieved A Level, however this could not be
completed, within the time limit set out by the FOIA*, to limit this to
those taking A-Levels only (that is to say, some of those applicants
included in the response may also be taking BTEC qualifications or one or
more International Baccalaureate subjects). Would this be acceptable for
you?

Would it be possible to limit the data considered to those offering just
A-level grades? Thank you.

·         As noted in our email the University is unfortunately unable to
extract this information within the time limit as it would mean checking
the entire portfolio for everyone just in case they had one non A Level
qualification. Therefore, can you confirm if you are seeking the grade
averages, with caveat data notes stating that it will contain mixed
portfolios?

That would be perfectly fine. I appreciate the resource limits you face,
and I will take that into account when considering the data.

·         Similarly, the average for each predicted grade for applicants
and offer holders studying A-levels can only be provided by following the
method set out in the point above. That is to say, to sum every instance
of an applicant or offer holder in the cohort achieving grade X, and
diving this by the total number who declared at least one AS-Level to
provide a mean average. Would this be acceptable?

Yes, this would be acceptable.

·         For the International Baccalaureate queries, do you mean the
average predicted grade for applicants AND offer holders?

Applicants and offer holders, yes. Excuse my typing mistake.

·         Please note that the University of Warwick does not hold
information relating to LNAT held by applicants as this is not data which
is collected by the University.

Thank you for pointing this out.

·         For your query regarding acceptances the University can provide
a partial response but there are limitations to what it is able to
provide. For example, an applicant who accepts the University of Warwick
as insurance in the first instance, but is rejected by their firm choice
before the University of Warwick can make a final decision, will have
their status updated to firm and cannot thereafter be identified as an
applicant who was originally an insurance accept.

That is fine. We will have to take the figures with a pinch of salt.

·         Furthermore, the University only records whether or not an
applicant met or exceeded their offer, if the offer was conditional (ie
this does not apply to unconditional offer holders) and if they are
admitted onto the course that they originally applied for (ie we do not
record this if they change courses after acceptance). The University will
be unable to comment on how many applicants missed their offer as there
may have been some who were offered an alternative programme and their
course code will have been overwritten.

I appreciate this, and will take this into account when considering the
final set of data that you will provide. Thank you for pointing out this
possible limitation.

·         Also, the University would not be able to identify when places
were confirmed - acceptances may have been some days after "results day".
Therefore, are you happy to receive only the data we hold, which may
limited for the purposes of your request?

Yes, I would be more than happy to do so.

*Public authorities are not obliged to work past the appropriate costs
limit under section 12(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This is
currently £450, which equates to 18 hours of staff time calculated at £25
an hour as set out in the Freedom of Information and Data Protection
(Appropriate Limit and Fees) Regulations 2004.

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the University of Warwick, you can request an internal review and in the
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Ian Rowley

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Affairs
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