Hi, the notes go like this and then stop:
• Munir Patel found guilty of accepting £500 to suppress a driving conviction from court records. Serving a 3 year prison sentence
Can you please let me know if I am missing or the notes are missing something?
No – that’s not mid sentence. That’s the end of the chapter!
I’ve tried to avoid getting hooked into too much punctuation and have begun here to carry it to a more extreme position by avoiding substantially completely the use of full stops.
Of course, where a single point is made up of two separate sentences, I have to stop at the end of the first sentence and then start the second.
But, if you look at the remainder of the notes, they are substantially punctuation-less
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