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Our Chief Execuitive Officer, Jan, has co-signed an open letter from representatives of various domestic abuse support services who are concerned that the recently announced benefit cuts will have a detrimental effect on the services we offer. 

The letter was published by The Guardian on Sunday 13th January, and can be read by clicking here.