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Dozens of women use new law to check partner's past

Dozens of women in Greater Manchester have come forward to use Clare's Law to discover if they are at risk of domestic violence from a partner. It was piloted 9 months ago after the murder of Clare Wood, in Salford, by her ex-boyfriend.

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VIDEO: Dozens use Clare's Law to check a partner's past

Police say dozens of women in Greater Manchester have used Clare's Law to find out if thier partners have a violent past.

It follows a campaign after the murder Clare Wood who was killed by her ex-boyfriend, George Appleton.

The year-long pilot scheme was introduced last September.

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