Surge in calls to NSPCC’s domestic abuse helpline

Fiona Simpson
Friday, October 2, 2020

Calls to the NSPCC’s domestic abuse helpline have increased by 50 per cent month-on-month since the beginning of lockdown, latest figures show.

The NSPCC received more than 800 calls about domestic abuse in August alone. Picture: Adobe Stock
The NSPCC received more than 800 calls about domestic abuse in August alone. Picture: Adobe Stock

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