Theresa May to crack down on domestic violence

VOICED: Shows interior and exterior shots Rachel Williams in her home and interview with her speaking on being a victim of domestic violence and failings in the system. Exterior shots UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Interview with Victims' Commissioner Baroness Newlove speaking on support for victims. Interview with Jane Keeper from Refuge Charity speaking on reporting abuse to the police. Interior shots Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn and soundbite on May's plans for domestic violence support. Graphics sequence on domestic violence statistics. The Prime Minister says she wants to crack down on the perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse because the legal system is letting people down. The Crown Prosecution Service - which is responsible for reviewing and taking cases to court - says it is prosecuting more and convicting more defendants of domestic abuse than ever before (THIS CLIP CONTAINS BLACK HOLES - THIRD PARTY CONTENT) on 18th February 2017 in Cardiff, Wales


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Clip #:643413558HD
Collection:Sky News
Date created:18 February, 2017
Licence type:Rights-ready
Release info:Not released. More information
Clip length:00:02:28:10
Location:Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Mastered to:QuickTime 8-bit Photo-JPEG HD 1920x1080 25i More information
Source:Sky News
Object name:soc-700006000-sja-dviolencep145544sa.mov
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