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Poll: Should Ireland have a domestic violence register?

Clare’s Law has been introduced in the UK, should it be copied here?

A SCHEME FOR people to check with police if their partner has a history of domestic violence has been introduced across England and Wales.

The scheme follows a long campaign by the family of Clare Wood, a 36-year-old woman who was murdered by her ex-partner in Manchester.

There are now calls for the scheme to be replicated in Ireland, but what do you think?

Today’s poll, Should Ireland have a domestic violence register?


Poll Results:

No. (1685)
Yes. (1228)
Don't know. (260)



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