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Affected patients exhibit expansions to upwards of 1, or more of the repeats.

Various concepts have emerged concerning the molecular basis of disease pathophysiology, including impediments to expression of the C9orf72 gene itself van Blitterswijk et al.

Missing to date are unbiased studies of the direct intracellular targets of GRn and PRn that may explain the toxicity of these poly-dipeptides. Here we have used two complementary approaches to identify proteins bound by the PRn poly-dipeptide.

Evidence is presented indicating binding of PRn to numerous proteins associated with nuclear and cytoplasmic puncta not surrounded by investing membranes, as well as nucleoli, nuclear pores and intermediate filaments.

These independent studies indicate that PRn toxicity may result from widespread impediments to cell organization and function.

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Common among PRn target proteins are low complexity LC domains shown herein to be both necessary and sufficient for PRn binding. In previous studies we have found that LC domains can polymerize into amyloid-like fibers Kato et al. A key feature of LC-domain polymers is their lability to de-polymerization.

Most surprising among newly discovered targets of the toxic PRn poly-dipeptide are intermediate filament proteins. The first real knock to the Service came when Michael Howard, as the Conservative Home Secretary, abolished the probation training qualification in Although the Labour government elected in restored a professional probation training qualification, the verbal assaults on the Service have increased in past years.

Apart from such specific attacks by government on the Service, it has missed Ministerial championing and support when it has been faced with unjustified assaults from the tabloid press. Individual service leaders have regularly claimed that they were unable to speak out because of Civil Service protocols.

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In December , the murder of John Monckton by Damien Hanson and Elliott White, both of whom were under probation supervision at the time, led to the vilification of the Service in parts of the national press. It was correct that the Service be held to account in such cases, but explanations which sought to put the case in context were left to Napo, and the Probation Boards' Association. To probation staff, it seemed that Ministers, who changed the Probation Service's role to include public protection, had then failed to resource the Service adequately and refused to explain or accept responsibility for the consequences of their actions.

The government's lack of public support for the Service also reflected its unease with probation as a social work entity. Throughout the s and s there was a move towards the Service being more about enforcement and punishment. The incoming Labour administration built on Michael Howard's ambivalence about the Service and changed it finally into being an agent of public protection. Its purpose was to promote community sentences to the public.

Barely a week after this booklet was produced, however, it was to be another report which received all the press attention. Louise Casey, a former civil servant and former head of the Government Respect Unit, produced her review of criminal justice: Engaging Communities in Fighting Crime Cabinet Office This review stated that the government faced a crisis of confidence in the justice system.

The Review ignored the fact that prison numbers in England and Wales continued to break all records, being higher per head of population than, for example, China, Burma, Sudan, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Zimbabwe. Previously it took nearly four decades — for the prison population to rise by 25, Prison Reform Trust , p.

Sentencers were imposing longer sentences and there was an increase in the actual time served in prison, mainly as a result of new laws — mandatory life terms, indeterminate sentences.

There has also been more criminal justice legislation since than in the whole of the previous century. The Labour government created 3, new criminal offences between and House of Commons , para. Criminal justice policies based on talking tough and the language of punishment have been the flavour of the decade.

But to what end? According to Louise Casey most people cling stubbornly to the view that crime is rising and blame the government.

A minority accepts that it has fallen, but does not give the government credit. So what was Loiuse Casey's solution? When people like Lousie Casey speak out, there should be voices of reason and common sense that Ministers can listen to and take advice from; voices of what actually works in reducing reoffending.

There should also be voices speaking out publicly to explain where Loiuse Casey was wrong, as well as where she was right. There should have been public voices pointing out that so much of what she was recommending was already in place, including visible unpaid work, and legislation for a victims' commissioner: legislation passed in , but not, to date, enacted. Napo spoke out, and Napo's press release read: Any moves to increase the involvement of the community and magistrates in the oversight and planning of community penalties is to be welcomed.

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However, putting offenders in uniforms, naming and shaming them on billboards and making community service as demeaning as possible will not reduce crime. The proposals will humiliate offenders rather than rehabilitate them. Napo Apart from Napo there were no other probation voices putting the Casey Review in perspective.

Nor is it the task of government to restrain education or lead opinion on criminal justice matters. Not any more.

Paternalism has been replaced by a political disposition that holds it to be the task of government to elicit the experiences of customers and act accordingly — to be a translator of consumer will. Penal populism comes at a cost however.

Probation is more effective in reducing reoffending, with So why is it that logic does not prevail; why is it not recognised that there could be huge savings from not just investing in probation but by promoting probation?

Proper investment in the Probation Service could lead to the achievement of even lower reconviction rates. Politicians do their opinion polls, and what research shows is that when you ask people their attitudes to crime, if you ask crude simple questions then people are punitive and want punishment.

If you ask more nuanced questions, if you talk about individuals and individual crimes, if you actually talk to victims themselves, then what people really want is something that works, something that reduces reoffending.

Unfortunately it seems that in opinion polls politicians are not very nuanced, and Ministers conclude that penal populism is where the votes are. Speaking up for the Probation Service is therefore not seen as a vote winner. Structural Reform It seems that Ministers believe that more votes are to be had from attacking the Probation Service than from praising it.

Continuous structural reform over recent years has also taken its toll, not only on the confidence of the Service but also on its ability to have a spokesperson at a senior level, whose advice Ministers will heed. The full history of the Probation Service during the years to is documented in various books including Whitehead and Statham's , The History of Probation. The history of the Service shows that despite an increased centralisation and introduction of managerialism that came in with the election of the Conservative government in , local probation services continued to have much local power.

The Review's original proposal, to combine the Prison and Probation Services, received very loud and vocal opposition from nearly all those involved in the criminal justice system, and the government heeded that advice. This Review was an example of proper consultation; Ministers and civil servants listened to the points that were made and introduced a structure that was broadly welcomed by all key players.First you say you dont want to be an accountant and now you want to spend money we dont have 11 From 0 to Properties in 3.

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Steve McKnight is a qualified chartered accountant with extensive property investing experience. Like this presentation? I raced off to see the doctor, who happened to have a surgery next door, and I was lucky to get an immediate appointment. Now, please dont make the mistake of thinking that accountants need to be savvy with maths thats what they invented calculators for.

In late there was a review of the Ministry of Justice itself.

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