The latest news, analysis and comment on the Domestic Abuse Bill
The long-awaited Domestic Abuse Bill contains some good measures – but there is still a way to go to ensure proper protection for victims, writes Jess Phillips MP
Ministers will hand more than £16m of new money to councils in a bid to end the "postcode lottery" in support provided to survivors of domestic abuse.
Chief Executive of the EHRC, Rebecca Hilsenrath, says changes to voting procedures need to be thought through carefully.
In an emotional Commons speech, Labour MP Rosie Duffield said she had suffered "constant hurt" during her coercive relationship.
Writing exclusively for Politicshome on the appointment of the UK’s first Domestic Abuse Commissioner, Minister Victoria Atkins says she has been moved to hear of survivors’ resilience and strength.
Boris Johnson has called for a major overhaul of the criminal justice system, as he blasted the "outrageous" mismatch between the support given to victims and perpetrators.