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I truly agree with the OP! In fact I have just raised the question in chat if we should introduce an audit in reviews as I annoyingly found that new and unique questions get closed as duplicates of questions that do not have the answer to them. These questions would accumulate close votes (and be closed only to be re-opened) even after I pointed out in comments why the supposed duplicates did not answer the original questions.

Let me put one of these here as an example:

I truly agree with the OP! In fact I have just raised the question in chat if we should introduce an audit in reviews as I annoyingly found that new and unique questions get closed as duplicates of questions that do not have the answer to them. These questions would accumulate close votes (and be closed only to be re-opened) even after I pointed out in comments why the supposed duplicates did not answer the original questions.

Let me put one of these here as an example:

  • This Q asked about sleeping in a car / wild camping in Ireland and was marked duplicate to a Q about wild camping in Europe where only the third answer only mentions Ireland and only answered the wild camping part but not the sleeping in car one - anyone who read the Q however would be able to notice that this is not news to the OP: "On the UK mainland pitching a tent outside of a specified campsite is frowned upon but sleeping in a car you can usually get away with if you're away from main roads/angry farmers - is Ireland any different?"

I truly agree with the OP! In fact I have just raised the question in chat if we should introduce an audit in reviews as I annoyingly found that new and unique questions get closed as duplicates of questions that do not have the answer to them. These questions would accumulate close votes (and be closed only to be re-opened) even after I pointed out in comments why the supposed duplicates did not answer the original questions.

Let me put one of these here as an example:

  • This Q asked about sleeping in a car / wild camping in Ireland and was marked duplicate to a Q about wild camping in Europe where only the third answer only mentions Ireland and only answered the wild camping part but not the sleeping in car one - anyone who read the Q however would be able to notice that this is not news to the OP: "On the UK mainland pitching a tent outside of a specified campsite is frowned upon but sleeping in a car you can usually get away with if you're away from main roads/angry farmers - is Ireland any different?"
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I truly agree with the OP! In fact I have just raised the question in chat if we should introduce an audit in reviews as I annoyingly found that new and unique questions get closed as duplicates of questions that do not have the answer thto them. These questions would accumulate close votes (and be closed only to be re-opened) even after I pointed out in comments why the supposed duplicates did not answer the original questions.

Let me put one of these here as examplesan example:

  • This Q asked about sleeping in a car / wild camping in Ireland and was marked duplicate to a Q about wild camping in Europe where only the third answer only mentions Ireland and only answered the wild camping part but not the sleeping in car one - anyone who read the Q however would be able to notice that this is not news to the OP: "On the UK mainland pitching a tent outside of a specified campsite is frowned upon but sleeping in a car you can usually get away with if you're away from main roads/angry farmers - is Ireland any different?"

I truly agree with the OP! In fact I have just raised the question in chat if we should introduce an audit in reviews as I annoyingly found that new and unique questions get closed as duplicates of questions that do not have the answer th them. These questions would accumulate close votes (and be closed only to be re-opened) even after I pointed out in comments why the supposed duplicates did not answer the original questions.

Let me one of these here as examples:

  • This Q asked about sleeping in a car / wild camping in Ireland and was marked duplicate to a Q about wild camping in Europe where only the third answer only mentions Ireland and only answered the wild camping part but not the sleeping in car one - anyone who read the Q however would be able to notice that this is not news to the OP: "On the UK mainland pitching a tent outside of a specified campsite is frowned upon but sleeping in a car you can usually get away with if you're away from main roads/angry farmers - is Ireland any different?"

I truly agree with the OP! In fact I have just raised the question in chat if we should introduce an audit in reviews as I annoyingly found that new and unique questions get closed as duplicates of questions that do not have the answer to them. These questions would accumulate close votes (and be closed only to be re-opened) even after I pointed out in comments why the supposed duplicates did not answer the original questions.

Let me put one of these here as an example:

  • This Q asked about sleeping in a car / wild camping in Ireland and was marked duplicate to a Q about wild camping in Europe where only the third answer only mentions Ireland and only answered the wild camping part but not the sleeping in car one - anyone who read the Q however would be able to notice that this is not news to the OP: "On the UK mainland pitching a tent outside of a specified campsite is frowned upon but sleeping in a car you can usually get away with if you're away from main roads/angry farmers - is Ireland any different?"
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I truly agree with the OP! In fact I have just raised the question in chat if we should introduce an audit in reviews as I annoyingly found that new and unique questions get closed as duplicates of questions that do not have the answer th them. These questions would accumulate close votes (and be closed only to be re-opened) even after I pointed out in comments why the supposed duplicates did not answer the original questions.

Let me one of these here as examples:

  • This Q asked about sleeping in a car / wild camping in Ireland and was marked duplicate to a Q about wild camping in Europe where only the third answer only mentions Ireland and only answered the wild camping part but not the sleeping in car one - anyone who read the Q however would be able to notice that this is not news to the OP: "On the UK mainland pitching a tent outside of a specified campsite is frowned upon but sleeping in a car you can usually get away with if you're away from main roads/angry farmers - is Ireland any different?"