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Throughout my political career, I have worked to improve the rights of victims – from sponsoring a Private Member’s Bill in Parliament to give victims of crime more rights and access to better services, to my time as Chair of the APPG for victims and Witnesses of Crime.

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Victims should be able to trust that the justice system is on their side – and not that of their tormentor. This is simply unacceptable. That’s why this Bill will also provide special support for victims in court including banning cross-examination by their abusers.

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‘I will not stop until levels of confidence in our criminal justice system improve and wraps its arms around victims.’ She added: ‘Victims need to know we are on their side, because in some cases, their very lives depend on it.’ Under the most eye-catching Home Office proposal, measures introduced in 2015 to tackle the problem, which ban abusive partners from going near their home for up to 28 days, will be extended.

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Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for wresling BDSM Justice Robert Buckland said: ‘This Bill will bolster our response to domestic abuse on every level – strengthening protections for victims, whilst ensuring perpetrators feel the full force of the law.

I will not stop until levels of confidence in our criminal justice system improve and wraps its arms around victims. This issue transcends party politics and I look forward to continuing to work with MPs from all parties on this desperately needed Bill.

Victims could also be given the same status in court as those who have suffered modern slavery or sex offences, meaning they could give their evidence from behind a screen, via video link or by prerecording it.

That is why this new Government will today reintroduce the Domestic Abuse Bill to Parliament. For the first time, this Bill will create a legal definition that recognises the many ways domestic abuse manifests itself.

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‘This Bill will provide support to the victims and survivors of this horrendous crime so that they can go some way to feeling safe again.’ Sandra Horley CBE, Chief Executive of national domestic abuse charity Refuge said: ‘This Bill offers the government a real opportunity to transform the response to domestic abuse in this country, but key to its success will be meeting this duty with adequate funding, so that no woman or child is ever turned away when seeking safety.

Victims must not feel trapped in the vicious cycle of abuse so, through this Bill, local authorities in England will also be subject to a new legal duty to provide support in refuges or other safe accommodation.

I’ve heard too many heart-rending stories of women – and some men too – who have suffered at the hands of their partner; the very people they are meant to trust. I’ve met the brave victims who have endured violent beatings or had their every move tracked by a controlling partner through a mobile phone app.

Police and the courts will be given tougher powers to ensure domestic abuse suspects stay away from partners and family members they are accused of tormenting – even if there is insufficient evidence to charge them.

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