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Cost of living crisis trapping women in abusive relationships, campaigners warn

In total, around 96% said the crisis had increased the financial difficulties they and their children faced.

Women’s Aid, which carried out the survey, said women in 2022 shouldn’t have to stay with abusive partners just because they fear they won’t be able to support themselves or their children.

The charity is calling on the government to increase the financial support available through the Domestic Abuse Emergency Fund.

He also wants to help continue supporting organizations like these facing higher energy and personnel costs.

Chief Executive Faranazel said: “We know that domestic and financial violence are closely linked to the abuser, who often controls every aspect of a woman’s life.

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