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CPS and charities emphasise the heightened risk of domestic abuse during the World Cup

The Crown Prosecution Service and charities such as Women's Aid and NSPCC have warned of an increased risk of domestic abuse during the Qatar World Cup. Read the full article ⬇️ If you would like to discuss domestic abuse please call 01872 706050.

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