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WMWomensAid When we saw our helpline calls drop by a third at the beginning of the first national lockdown we launched our Live… https://t.co/AG71rv5HyY
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WMWomensAid On tonight’s @BBCNews Midlands Today our CEO Sue and domestic abuse survivors Kate and Catherine were invited to di… https://t.co/VuJfz45QyG
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WMWomensAid New codeword scheme “Ask for Ani” launched by government to help those experiencing domestic abuse. https://t.co/cWwUTQ6bzA
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WMWomensAid Staying safe during lockdown - Download a personal safety app such as The Hollie Guard app or Brightsky. These feat… https://t.co/bNaOznZb7X
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WMWomensAid RT @WestMerciaPCC: If you are at risk please don't suffer. Despite the #lockdown you can still leave home if you are at risk of, or exper…
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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.