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Also known as the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, Clare's Law is named after 36-year-old Clare Wood, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, George Appleton, in Salford 2009. Ms Hill says it's essential that anyone with concerns about domestic abuse makes proper use of police powers which could protect them.

She also believes that dating websites have a responsibility to carry out background checks on members so as to prevent violent attacks.'I think they should look into people's backgrounds before they go on these sites,' said Suzanne, who only learned of his extensive criminal past at his sentencing hearing. He did all the cooking, he was great and he looked after me.'He had the odd moment but he had never laid a finger on me and I never would have stayed with him if he had.'The only time I got that feeling in my tummy was with these moods.

I said something and he just turned around and put his fist to me.'Shaken by the gesture, Ms Hill packed a bag for her husband and threw it downstairs.'He slowly pulled the bed cover back and I thought he was going to hug me, but he gave me the biggest headbutt.'In court, Jennison claimed that this was a 'clash of heads'.'Then as fast as he did that, he started strangling me,' Ms Hall added.'And strangled.

As she reached for the handle he grabbed her arm and pulled her back.

She said: 'As I turned to look at him I felt the biggest blow.

She told her that Jennison had a history of violence against women.

Prosecutor Brian Berlyne told Jennison's sentencing hearing that he had 13 previous convictions.