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‘Victims of domestic abuse are discriminated against in the family courts’

Campaigners, social workers and lawyers have told Sky News that victims of domestic abuse are being discriminated against in the family courts.

According to the domestic abuse commissioner Nicole Jacobs, the situation is so bad that lawyers advise clients not to tell the court they have been victims of domestic violence in case it is used against them. It is claimed that the courts are regularly removing children form victims of domestic abuse.

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