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We have a stalking law – so why don’t the police use it?

The news that Lily Allen was stalked for seven years is both terrifying and shocking, but unfortunately not unusual. In fact, Allen’s experience of the police response sounds pretty similar to that of the average stalking victim. You might expect that as a high-profile individual, Allen would have been treated differently, but again this isn’t the case. In my work as the chair of Paladin, the national stalking advocacy service, and in my role as a solicitor specialising on stalking, I see so many victims being treated equally appallingly on a regular basis.



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