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Camilla, Ms Jacob and Ms Williams discussed the Ask for ANI initiative, code for Action Needed Immediately, being rolled out in pharmacies across the country.

Brits can go to participating stores to be given a safe space, away from the public, to make calls and discuss the options open to them including contacting the police as well as domestic abuse helplines.

The Government-backed initiative is now available in more than 2,500 Boots stores and 200 independent pharmacies.

In the first three weeks of operating, one woman a day on average has been seeking potentially life-saving support and the Home Office is so encouraged that it hopes to expand it further.


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