Rape Review question

The number of people prosecuted and convicted for rape has fallen to the lowest level since records began. Prosecutions and convictions more than halved in three years while rapes increased. 

I gave the Minister three choices to explain this huge failure: the Met Police bullish attitude towards grabbing data from victims phones; the CPS trying to meet conviction targets by dropping ‘weak’ cases; or government cuts?

The review will only result in justice for rape victims if the government reverse the cuts, the CPS insists on thorough investigations and the Met Police works with victims by respecting privacy rights.