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A Labour government would implement tougher sentences in domestic violence cases, Yvette Cooper has announced today. The Shadow Home Secretary has said that the use of community resolutions, which are informal agreements between the victims and the perpetrators of low-level crimes, are inappropriate when dealing with vio...
Yvette Cooper said community resolutions should not be used as a way to resolve domestic violence cases. “I think there is a big problem because the number of com...
Labour press release The Shadow Home Secretary today (Monday) makes the first in a series of Labour speeches and interventions on a theme of The Choice, outlining...
Home Affairs Committee press release Sham marriage ‘industry’ increasing at an alarming rate The Home Affairs Committee of the House of Commons has today publi...
Labour press release In response to the Home Affairs Select Committee report on sham marriages, David Hanson MP, Shadow Immigration Minister, said: “This report ...
Labour press release Kate Green MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for Disabled People, responding to the Work and Pensions Select Committee's call for an overhaul of W...
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