Domestic Violence

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U.K. Cutbacks Shrink Routes for Escaping Violence

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Providers of domestic-safety services are falling short of funding and a reform to the benefits system may place even more control over financial matters in the hands of an abusive partner.

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