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Women fleeing domestic abuse are facing an unexpected barrier when seeking help - money.
Three in four people seeking asylum have been left in limbo for more than half a year, forced to live on £5.66 a day.
Calls to the National Domestic Abuse Helpline have spiked since new measures to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic were introduced.
We cannot allow real solutions to addressing violence against women and girls to be lost in the parliamentary long grass – their lives depend on it, writes Refuge's Sandra Horley
Refuges may 'close their doors forever' if changes are made, the YMCA has said.
'Some tell us they are going back because it might be easier.'
There are no beds for vulnerable families in the Prime Minister's constituency.
Labour MP Jess Phillips has made an emotional plea to the government to make sure no domestic violence victims are turned
One of the most common myths I have to address time and again about domestic violence is the idea that it is rare. Even though