Ministry of Justice figures show that up to 259,000 victims of burglary and up to 18,000 victims of robbery each year would not be routinely offered the help they want if these proposals go ahead, Victim Support said.
The charity said independent research also shows that 58% of victims need support regardless of the crime type.
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