Duchess of Cornwall pays tribute to women lost to violence

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The Duchess of Cornwall has paid tribute to the women lost to violence across the country this year, naming Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa amongst the “precious lives brutally ended”.

Speaking at the Shame! Festival, she urged men to do more to help end violence against women, and end the “culture of silence” which conceals women’s experiences. Report by Zaina Alibhai.

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