Domestic abuse laws don’t go far enough

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Domestic abuse laws don’t go far enough

Government plans to tackle domestic abuse don't go far enough, with calls for a specific register of offenders, to prevent attacks and protect victims.

 

That's according to the London Assembly, which says the Domestic Abuse Bill fails to include the record, which would work in a similar way to the sex offenders register.

 

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