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Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg said: ‘These changes are about government taking a lead to help expose the true face of domestic violence, which is much more complex and much more widespread than people often realise.

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Since coming to power the government has taken active steps to protect and support women, girls and men facing domestic violence.

This includes: the prime minister announcing in June this year that forcing someone to marry will become a criminal offence in England and Wales; providing funding to the men’s advice line and broken rainbow.

‘We strongly support these changes for young people who have suffered physical or emotional abuse and urge anyone in abusive relationships, male or female, to come forward and seek help.

The NSPCC’s young ambassadors are helping the home office to make sure these changes make a real difference for young people.’ The new definition of domestic violence and abuse now states: ‘Any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are or have been intimate partners or family members regardless of gender or sexuality.

Earlier this year it announced two new stalking offences, and the criminalisation of forced marriage.

The government has also introduced domestic violence homicide reviews and are working with the association of chief police officers to ensure officers understand the complexities of domestic violence cases. The home office also launched the teenage relationship abuse campaign in september 2011 and the teenage rape prevention campaign in March 2012. In February the home office announced that £225,000 of funding would be shared among 12 organisations tackling and developing domestic violence services for men; work to prevent girls becoming victims of female genital mutilation (FGM), including the launch later this year of the ‘declaration against FGM’ a document for girls and women travelling abroad which can be presented to friends or family reminding them that FGM is against the law in the UK; pilots launched this summer in Gwent, Wiltshire, Nottinghamshire and Greater Manchester of the domestic violence disclosure scheme The pilot will test a process for enabling the police to disclose to the public information about previous violent offending by a new or existing partner where this may help protect them from further violent offending; the creation, under the protection of freedoms act 2012, of two new stalking offences and additional police powers to investigate these offences. The summary of responses to the ‘cross-government definition of domestic violence’ consultation can be found on the home office website: 2.In 2004, the government introduced a single definition of domestic violence, replacing the previous different definitions in use across government and the public sector.Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied.This is especially true when the abuse is psychological, rather than physical.‘Teenage years are difficult at the best of times but a lack of experience in relationships and issues with self-confidence can mean young people feel they have nowhere to turn.

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