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Women’s charities fear an increase in domestic abuse this Christmas

23rd November 2021

Leaders of charities offering support to women experiencing domestic abuse have said that they fear this Christmas could be worse than usual, with financial pressures brought about by the pandemic exacerbating the impact on those who are at risk.

The Christmas period often brings with it an increase in the incidence of domestic abuse, with people spending more time with abusive partners, higher alcohol consumption and worries over money.

Read the full article here: The Independent

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