Coronavirus: Domestic abuse calls up 25% since lockdown, charity says

The National Domestic Abuse helpline has seen a 25% increase in calls and online requests for help since the lockdown, the charity Refuge says, after it received hundreds more calls last week compared to two weeks earlier. Furthermore, campaigners have warned that the restrictions could heighten domestic tensions and cut off escape routes. 

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