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DPP

Abbreviation for:
days post-partum
decapentaplegic protein
digital pulse plethysmography
Doctor-Patient Partnership
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His supporters cried foul, alleging that Thabo Mbeki was using State institutions, more especially the Office of the National Director of Public Prosecutions, for political purposes.
A statement from the DPP's office said : "The appointments, Tobiko said, are consistent with the provisions of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Act 2013, which provides for the retention of Deputy Directors, to assist the DPP in the execution of his or her powers and functions under the Constitution.
REVIEW: Jimmy Savile and Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions
We are not investigating the reasons for the collapse of the trial, which is a matter for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Sir Ken Macdonald, who was director of public prosecutions for much of Mr Blair's premiership, accused him of "sycophancy" towards Washington and using "alarming subterfuge" to mislead the British people into the conflict.
But the Director of Public Prosecutions, Ken Macdonald QC, has called for degrees of homicide sentences to replace the mandatory life sentence for convicted murderers.
The Director of Public Prosecutions attempted to clarify the matter this week with a leaflet saying householders could kill burglars without fear of prosecution if they used only 'reasonable force'.
Figures released by the Director of Public Prosecutions showed senior counsel Sean Guerin was paid [euro]101,726 after the brute's conviction in March.
The Attorney-General, Brian Wightman, today said that recent amendments to the Director of Public Prosecutions Act 1973 had now come into effect.
A file will now be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions following the man's release yesterday.
Summary: David Cameron has said the Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer is to review Jimmy Savile abuse allegations.

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