I know that you can view the rejection/acceptance information for an edit when you click on a permalink; however, in some circumstances, would it be reasonable for some of this to be stated in the main edit screen as well?
For example: I was reviewing and found that a suggested edit for the multiprocessing tag was a copy from the Wikipedia page of the same name (see my related question, Reviewing Edits - what counts as plagiarism?)
In this case (i.e. plagiarism) it may not be noticed by reviewers, and the edit be accepted. While the information is visible through the permalink, it is very possible that reviewers won't look at this, and just accept the edit.
Obviously we can add the citation ourselves, but this won't teach the editor that the citation needs to be there for the next edit he makes.
Update: To emphasise my point, the multiprocessing tag edit has now been approved without citation.