The Sun Newspaper Article, May 2020 – featuring comments from Chantal Hughes, CEO
As a charity we have seen an first hand the shocking rise in domestic violence sweeping UK as families isolate during the coronavirus pandemic.
Over the past six weeks, there have been 4,000 domestic abuse arrests in London alone, while new data from Counting Dead Women, a project that records the killings of women by men in the UK, shows the number of domestic murders has more than doubled since lockdown.
The article talks about domestic homicide, and the stories of several families that have sadly been killed as a result of this.
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