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Clare's Law releases information on 1,300 acts of violence

Many people have found over 1,300 partners have had abusive pasts under Clare’s Law, which was brought to light 12 months ago.

The stats confirm the large number of domestic abuse that is happening right now in England and Wales.

Police acted on one out of three occasions, providing sensitive information; 1,335 times from 3,760 applications.

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Downing Street To Review Security After Hoax Call To David Cameron

Downing Street To Review Security After Hoax Call To David Cameron Helen Earnshaw

Downing Street are being forced to review their security have a hoax caller was put through to Prime Minister David Cameron.

The caller pretended to be Robert Hannigan, the head of spy agency GCHQ and was patched through to Mr Cameron - who hung up after a short call when he realised that it was a hoax. Downing Street was quick to confirm that no sensitive information was disclosed to the individual.

This was the second of two hoax calls as Mr Hannigan's mobile phone number was given out when this hoaxer called the organisation earlier in the day. However, this is not a phone that is used for calls that involve classified or sensitive information.

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Rising temperatures soon to tumble as severe weather warnings issued with snow on the way Daniel Falconer

As we go into the last few days of January, we're going to see a rise in temperatures at the beginning of this week climbing to around 10C, before an icy whiteout comes crashing down on parts of the United Kingdom.

The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning ahead of the freeze, with wintry showers expected in north-west England, Scotland and Northern Ireland on Wednesday and Thursday.

Drivers are being urged to take extra care on the roads and be prepared for possible weather-related delays.

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