Charities say the Domestic Abuse Bill needs to recognise the impact on children after record number of helpline calls in May.
A critical move as pay phones disappear in the second largest region for trafficking.
"We received a police complaint from the Childline charity saying that one child had gone home for the holidays and confessed
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The orphanage houses abused children who are placed in the organization’s care by court order, according to its website. The