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Dear Ministry of Justice,
given that ignorance is no defense in law, and that all laws should be known by members of a society, i request a document of laws applicable to me as resident of the uk so that i will never break any of them, if you cant tell the laws of the u.k can you tell me where i can find a list of them, if you cant tell me where to find a list, can you tell me how you expect me to follow ALL laws and statutes if there is no where i can find a list of them?
dave simo

CLPU, Correspondence, Ministry of Justice

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Dear Mr Simo,

Please find attached the response to your Freedom of Information request.

I apologise that an acknowledgement email for your Freedom of Information request was not sent to you previously.

Kind Regards,

Mhairi Aylott

Criminal and Civil Law Policy Unit
FOI Reference: 87571

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