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Minnesota Democratic lawmakers are leading a push to ensure the federal government does its part to shield the home addresses of domestic abuse survivors.

Government bid to tackle ‘postcode lottery’ in aid for domestic abuse survivors

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Government 'failing to provide life-saving' funding solution to domestic abuse refuges

Government bid to tackle ‘postcode lottery’ in aid for domestic abuse survivors

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Government bid to tackle ‘postcode lottery’ in aid for domestic abuse survivors

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Government bid to tackle ‘postcode lottery’ in aid for domestic abuse survivors

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Government bid to tackle ‘postcode lottery’ in aid for domestic abuse survivors

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Today’s #QueensSpeech  set out the Government’s commitment to transforming the response to domestic abuse 🔸 Protecting and supporting victims 🔸 Bringing offenders to justice 🔸 New statutory duty for councils to provide refuges.

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The Government is also re-introducing Theresa May’s domestic abuse bill which will include a new legal definition of the crime to include economic, emotional and coercive control #QueensSpeech 

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The domestic abuse bill cannot be allowed to fail because of Boris Johnson’s undemocratic game playing. We must do so much more to protect survivors. The government should start by confirming to campaigners that the bill will continue its passage.

Today, the government’s landmark Domestic Abuse Bill will enter the House of Commons, marking a huge step towards improving the collective response to this devastating crime. Find out more about what the Bill will mean for victims.

Today I questioned FBI Director Wray on the domestic spying and government abuse of our data. The concern of us who want more control over what the government can do with our data is because as Madison said men are not angels. That's why we have the Constitution.

Don’t let this go unnoticed: the Violence Against Women Act, which helps survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault, expired with the government shutdown. It’s deeply concerning.

Survivors of domestic violence, child abuse and other crimes could be hit next by the government shutdown as shelters across the country are bracing for federal funds to dry up in the coming weeks

Methods of economic control, such as restricting a partner's access to bank accounts or employment, will be recognized as a form of domestic abuse in England and Wales, according to a draft bill released by the British government

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Did you hear about our new policy? In government, we'll ensure employers have a domestic abuse policy and offer 10 days of paid leave to survivors. Back our plan? Say you're with us 👇 #Lab18 

Methods of economic control, such as restricting a partner's access to bank accounts or employment, will be recognized as a form of domestic abuse in England and Wales, according to a draft bill released by the British government

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The cruelty of Saudi guardianship rules are illustrated by the Saudi threat to kidnap a Saudi woman who has fled the country to avoid domestic abuse. She fears for her safety but the Saudi government wants to force her back from Thailand despite the risk.

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The government wants to build a society with zero tolerance of domestic abuse. We’ve launched a consultation on tackling this horrific crime: #thisisabuse 

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