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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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    Couple married for 70 years, so what’s the key to wedded bliss?

    January 9, 2013

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    As a domestic violence expert providing domestic violence counselling I am often asked to comment on media stories. This week BBC Radio Stoke contacted me to provide comments on a couple celebrating a landmark 70th wedding anniversary on January 2nd. The couple, Edwin and Mary Daubney, believe that the secret to a happy marriage is […]

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    Domestic violence information for those let down by the authorities

    January 1, 2013

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    I recently read a story about a battered wife who called police seven times in six weeks before being shot by estranged husband – following this her son was found hanged while she was recovering in hospital. This is a very saddening and distressing case; which sadly is not an isolated one. Unfortunately this year […]

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    Domestic Violence Information – What do I do if someone I know is experiencing Domestic Violence?

    December 20, 2012

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    If you know someone who is suffering from domestic violence, whether they are male, female, a child or adult, it’s important that you know what to do about it and have the basic domestic violence information you need in order to help them. We have this handy, free download, packed full of information and tips […]

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    Domestic violence funding cuts – Affecting domestic violence counselling and other services

    December 20, 2012

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    Domestic violence is reported to the police every minute of the day in the UK. In addition, two women are killed every week by a current or former partner. These statistics are alarming. Domestic violence counselling, help, refuge and advice is essential to many man, women and children across the UK. Unfortunately, there just isn’t […]

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    Police preventing domestic violence and hate crime through raids

    December 20, 2012

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    Preventing domestic violence Police in London have undertaken dawn raids as part of ‘Operation Athena’ in preventing domestic violence and hate crime. The raids have resulted in the arrests of 264 people. This is something that Police Forces across the UK seem to focus on around this time of year to coincide with the International […]

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    Soccer star Hope Solo victim of domestic violence

    December 20, 2012

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    Victim of domestic violence I recently read an article in the Daily Mail regarding Olympic Soccer star Hope Solo and her fiancé who has been accused of assaulting her. Seeing a celebrity as a victim of abuse can highlight the issues surrounding domestic violence in short term relationships. Hope Solo’s fiancé Jerramy Stevens was arrested […]

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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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