Three generations, one chat about women’s safety – BBC News

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Since the high profile killings of women like Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa, in the UK, a national conversation has opened up about women’s safety.

Dame Cressida Dick has said the Metropolitan Police’s culture will be reviewed following Sarah Everard’s murder by a serving officer.

Women across the UK have been sharing their experiences online and discussing how safe they feel in public.

BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat listened in to one of these conversations, between 23-year-old Amy, her mum and her nan.

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