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Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2011: Legislation becomes Law

The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill was approved by the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 16 March.
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Report unveils the extent of child trafficking in Scotland.

Scottish police have been criticised for lack of action over child trafficking.

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Zero Tolerance joins demand for resignation of Bill Aitken over rape comments

UPDATE: The Conservative MSP Bill Aitken resigned as convener of the justice committee at Holyrood after comments he made on prostitution in an area where a woman was allegedly raped led to a public outcry calling for his resignation.
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Women's refuge chief returns OBE in protest over cuts

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Retracting rape and domestic violence allegations: CPS launches public consultation

Individuals who retract truthful allegations of rape or domestic violence out of fear are less likely to be prosecuted under proposed new guidelines.
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GEO: Engaging and Listening to Women strategy launched.

The Goverment Equailitys Office have launched the fist ever cross-government newsletter aimed at women and women’s organisations.
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End Prostitution Now; changing attitudes.

Ann Hamilton speaks about challenging and changing attitudes as key to the success of the End Prostitution Now campaign.
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MSPs back The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill

BBC:Democracy Live The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill passed its first stage of parliamentary scrutiny on 19 January 2011.
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