Campaign News


Enhanced Domestic Abuse Bill introduced to Parliament

The government has set out an enhanced version of the landmark Domestic Abuse Bill to Parliament, which will go even further to support and protect victims and punish perpetrators.

The bill is the most comprehensive package ever to tackle this horrendous crime and has been widely welcomed by charities and stakeholders.

Gained support from Domestic Abuse Commissioner

Met with Nicole Jacobs to understand how this campaign supports the rest of the work being done to tackle domestic abuse.

Connected with other domestic abuse charities and campaigners

Learning from experienced campaigners including Safe Lives, End Violence Against Women and CWJ

Queen's speech

Set out the Conservative government's agenda for the year ahead and includes courts work better for all those that engage with them including victims of domestic abuse (4mins 52)

Press coverage encouraged others to come forward

Interview with Metro Man’s sinister double life revealed by identical cards sent to two girlfriends. Story was picked up by other news outlets and retold around the world

Launched petition and social media accounts

Please ask people to sign Leading a double life to be recognised as abuse  

Links to Social Media accounts are at the bottom of the page

MPs inspire action

Labour MP Rosie Duffield gave an emotional speech in the Commons about her personal experience of domestic violence saying sometimes there are no bruises and encouraged others to come forward.

Met with local Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng who supported the ambition to find other victims and campaign for change.