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    “Domestic violence isn’t anything to laugh or boast about” by Tina Royles

    June 25, 2015

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    Domestic violence isn’t anything to laugh or boast about and yet still it happens. Whether the laughter happens down the pub, or a sports field, in the gym or within the media environment. Domestic violence isn’t a laughing matter. Why do some individuals think that it enhances their reputation to boast about violence? I have […]

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    SPORT, MONEY, GREED equals UNTOUCHABLE … Or does it? By Tina Royles

    October 16, 2014

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    You may be asking yourself about now…what am I talking about by making the statement: SPORT, MONEY, GREED equals UNTOUCHABLE … Or does it? Well I have been amazed, disappointed and truly astonished over recent months and weeks (probably years but especially recently), around not only the cases themselves but by the media portrayal of […]

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    Is it a question of one rule for one, and one for another – You Decide? By Tina Royles

    August 11, 2014

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      There is massive amount of media coverage at the moment around American Football (NFL), in fact you cannot miss it – it’s everywhere. Why because they are talking about the issue of domestic violence and abuse, whether it’s rife within the sport, how the League deals with the issue, and how it’s message comes […]

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    When the Apple of Your Eye is Rotten at the Core. Book by Domestic Violence Expert Tina Royles

    September 27, 2013

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      My Book “When the Apple of Your Eye is Rotten at the Core” is now available on Amazon in Paperback or Kindle formats. The reason behind me writing this book is to share with you my experiences both professional and personal of what domestic violence is, in its simplest of forms and with all […]

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    Specialist ‘Prosecutor’ for Domestic Violence appointed in Scotland. Domestic Violence Expert Tina Royles

    September 27, 2013

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      The appointment of Anne Marie Hicks as a specialist prosecutor for Scotland to oversee cases of Domestic Violence, I think is a positive step forward in trying tackling some of the inconsistencies and difficulties often faced in such prosecutions. With someone taking ownership, having a responsibility for, and also, who actually has the ability […]

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    The Guardian highlights the plight of Male Victims of Domestic Violence. Domestic Violence Expert Tina Royles

    September 25, 2013

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    Excellent article by Ally Fogg today (25th Sept 2013) Journalist with The Guardian which raises the awareness of domestic violence regardless of gender, and also touches on the links with disability. He is focusing on around the story of Eddie Kidd the former celebrity and world famous stuntman, who was subjected to violence and abuse […]

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    Andrea Johnson Murder Norfolk DV Report to follow inquest- Domestic Violence Expert Tina Royles

    September 24, 2013

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    The murder of Andrea Johnson in December, shocked the community in Norfolk where she lived, not only that she had been murdered, but also that she had been killed after being shot by her husband; a local councillor.  This was yet another tragic incident that highlights the risk involved when a partner infers they are […]

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    Domestic Violence Victims Targeted Online – Domestic Violence Expert Tina Royles

    September 6, 2013

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       This article http://mg.co.za/article/2013-09-06-00-cyberbullying-is-linked-to-domestic-violence is really important as it highlights an often overlooked dimension in the issue of  how to protect a victim of domestic violence and abuse from the harassment, threats, intimidation and the coercive control through online abuse.  It also discusses how easy it is in this ‘social media’ world most of us […]

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    Tina Royles Domestic Violence Expert -Yvette Cooper’s Domestic Violence comments send some media, campaigners and survivors into a frenzy!

    September 5, 2013

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    Yvette Cooper’s Domestic Violence comments send some media, campaigners and survivors into a frenzy! Since the Shadow Home Secretary’s Comments relating to the drop in referrals of domestic violence cases through to the Crown Prosecution Service the Media, Domestic violence Campaigners and Survivors have gone into a frenzy of reporting this news. One thing that […]

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    Tina Royles Domestic Violence Expert – When a victim leaves a domestic violence perpetrator

    August 12, 2013

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    Following Nigella Lawson’s bid to divorce multi-millionaire art collector Charles Saatchi, it has been reported in The Daily Mail that he has threatened to commit suicide in a bid win her back. He has allegedly bombarded her with text messages and telephone calls, and warned that he will take his own life if she doesn’t […]

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