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    ‘Reflection’ on Domestic Violence

    February 17, 2015

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    Reflection             What could I not see Was there something, wrong with me Should I have read the sign Or was it just, inside my mind Being consumed with inner pain How many others felt the same I keep on looking but it does not show Are they also afraid […]

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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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    Police Pilot Scheme regarding Domestic Violence History – Clare’s Law

    November 26, 2012

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    Should the domestic violence history become available through Claire’s Law? WATCH THIS VIDEO  | As with Sarah’s Law which came into place to disclosure past history of sex offenders. Clare’s Law may provide the opportunity for some potential victims of domestic violence to check out whether their partner has any previous domestic violence history, and […]

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    Roger Moore was a victim of Domestic Violence

    November 26, 2012

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    When a celebrity comes forward and speaks out about domestic violence, people often, including the media take note. Although difficult and traumatic for the celebrity it can be so positive for other victims, as it puts the topic of domestic violence with all it’s complexities, in the spotlight for a while, and it encourages other […]

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    Rights of domestic violence victims being sidelined by the Government

    November 16, 2012

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    According to a report by Rights of Women, a legal rights charity, Government plans to enshrine the right of both divorced fathers and mothers to see their children are putting victims of domestic violence at further risk. When it comes to family proceedings, the needs of domestic violence victims are often ignored, with plans to […]

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    Domestic violence Crown Prosecution errors are inexcusable

    November 16, 2012

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    I recently read an article about a young domestic violence victim who’s ex-boyfriend was set free from court because of a Crown Prosecution Service error. She was given the wrong time to attend court, and as a result her boyfriend walked free – even though the Court was told that she had been given the […]

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