R.: Our next question is from Bill Stamford from Newtown.
B.: What does the panel think of the recent increase in terrorist activities and do they agree with the death penalty for acts of terrorism?
R.: The death penalty for terrorists. Penelope, let's start with you. Where do you stand on this?
P.: Well, I personally have no hesitation. I am convinced one hundred per cent that we should bring back the death penalty for terrorists. I mean I can see no justification at all for these people to murder and maim innocent people. (Applause)
R.: So, Penelope's position is very clear on this one. Kenneth, what about you?
K.: Well, I'm afraid I can't possibly agree with Penelope. No civilized society can possibly justify the death penalty for terrorists or anyone else. If you condemn their acts how can you condone putting people to death? It's not logical...
P.: But Kenneth you can't possibly stand by and see innocent children killed and talk about logic. You've got to have some effective deterrent...
K.: But it isn't an effective deterrent. It doesn't ...