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Cardiff Devils say ' Not in my name! '

Adam Harding and Rupert Quiney from the Cardiff Devils Ice Hockey team sign the pledge to stop violence against women Photo: ITV Wales News

Today at the Senedd , we witnessed another step in the campaign to end domestic violence against women in Wales.

In a special ceremony launched by the Cardiff Arms Male voice choir, the Cardiff Devils were among the first sportsmen to sign the White ribbon pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women,

Assembly member , Joyce Watson says the statistics are horrifying.

Rupert Quiney and Adam Harding came along to support the launch of the white ribbon campaign at the Senedd because they believe its vital that men speak out and have promised to spread the message that violence against women must not be tolerated in our society.

A white paper that will pave the way in Wales for a bill to end violence against women will be launched at the Senedd next week .