Domestic violence killings hit a five-year high as the Government vows to take action

The Sun

THE number of people killed in domestic violence attacks has rocketed to its highest level for five years. Last year 173 people died after assaults by their partners — 32 more than in 2017. The vast majority of the victims were women. The increase — despite a major Government effort to tackle dom...

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7am Transfer news LIVE: Van Dijk pursued by Real Madrid and Barcelona, Man Utd and Spurs chase Muriqi, Dubravka new Newcastle deal close

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