The scope of the qualifying triggers,

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Discuss with reference to case law and academic commentary. Use Coroner’s and Justice Act 2009 s. 54, s 55, also apply the relevant cases to the argument.

The scope of the qualifying triggers, which affords a person (D) the partial defence of loss of control, ought to be construed as broadly and liberally as possible. Any potential abuse of the defence is safeguarded by the objective requirement that a person of a normal degree of tolerance and self-restraint would have acted as D did.

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