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David Cameron on violence against women 22 Dec 2008
Conservative policy on violence against women

David Cameron has said that a future Conservative government would implement a cross government strategy to end violence against women. He has also announced he’d spend £2.6 million to set up 15 new rape crisis centres. So what are the Conservatives’ policy priorities? And how would they balance preventing domestic and sexual violence with tackling offences in the criminal justice system? Jane is joined by David Cameron, Leader of the Conservative Party.

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