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    Unscrupulous Landlords and Domestic Violence Victims – Tina Royles

    August 11, 2016

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    The below article from The Telegraph indicates the plight some victims of domestic violence/abuse face when they have built up the courage to leave their abusive relationship and then find themselves living in unacceptable conditions in accommodation that often isn’t fit for purpose, and landlords are taking advantage of the victims situation, vulnerability, and lack […]

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    Would we be better off without Women’s Refuges? – Tina Royles

    October 15, 2014

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      Great article in the Huffington Post from Polly Neate CEO Women’s Aid around ‘Domestic Violence Support Isn’t All About Refuges’ (See article below)   So here are my thoughts on Refuges… It’s a simple enough question: Would we be better off without Women’s Refuges? It’s a simple enough answer: No Women’s Refuges provide LIFE […]

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    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH this constant attack on the police has the potential to put more victims of domestic violence in danger.

    March 5, 2014

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    The police are undoubtedly a leading agency when it comes to dealing with victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. Whether this is because the police’s involvement has come from a victim making contact, a neighbour who may have heard an incident going on, or by a family member, friend or colleague expressing concern. Regardless of […]

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