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Emma Kay
London, September 2022: New findings from Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I reveal that almost two-thirds (64%) of the UK’s public say personal safety is front of mind when deciding to go on a night out – with as many as 81% of women who visit pubs, clubs and bars reporting that they consider their safety when...
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The only scary thing about Halloween should be the costumes. Every year many of us flock to the streets, bars, and parties to celebrate Halloween but this time of year can still be scary for some of us in a different way. There are parents letting their children trick or treat, perhaps alone and those...
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Is it up to women to keep themselves safer at festivals? Answer: No. We have touched on this subject not too long ago but with festival season in full swing and Founder Emma recently writing an article for Daily London News we felt it necessary to talk about again. 
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Thirteen out of thirty-nine homicide victims are women will all male suspects, in 2022 so far, according to a recent article on the BBC. The analysis that shows a slight increase on the same time last year has come after Mayor Sadiq Khan's £17.7 million pledge to develop a strategy to help keep women safe.
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After securing more than £670,000, the city of Plymouth will now be trialing a new night bus service as part of its new recommended safety measures.
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In light of the ongoing train strikes we felt it necessary to share this article written back at the beginning of the year.
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According to the latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) 177 women were murdered between April 2020 and March 2021 alongside 416 male murders. Out of the women killed in this time frame 109 of them were killed by a man, 32% of the victims were murdered by their partner or ex-partner.
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The end of 2021 saw a spike in the uptake and enquiries of self-defence classes for women and girls. Companies that specialised in self-defence and martial arts said enquiries from females went up 50% since the murders of Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa.
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Victim blaming culture can compound trauma meaning missed opportunities to collect evidence'. This was the statement given by the home affairs select committee who are calling for urgent improvements in reporting, investigating and prosecuting spiking incidents across the UK.
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We know men are more likely to be the victims of violent crime but it is statistically clear women feel less safe.
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