John and Penny Clough, with their daughter Jane, who was later murdered
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Stalking prevention order 'offers no real protection'

The Home Office is planning to introduce a new court prevention order to tackle stalking in England and Wales.

There has been an increase in cases of what is known as "stranger stalking", where people target victims they have never met, or barely know.

John and Penny Clough, whose daughter Jane was murdered by a stalker, told BBC Breakfast that the proposed orders offered no real protection for the victims of stalking.

  • 05 Dec 2015
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