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'It was just horrendous' - Cabinet approves plans for standalone stalking legislation

The cabinet has approved plans for stalking to become a standalone criminal offence - with a prison sentence of up to 10 years. Andrea was joined by Eve McDowell and Una Ring who have campaigned for standalone stalking legislation...

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13.46 21 Apr 2022


'It was just horrendous' - Cabinet approves plans for standalone stalking legislation


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13.46 21 Apr 2022


The cabinet has approved plans for stalking to become a standalone criminal offence - with a prison sentence of up to 10 years.

The legislation is expected to pass the Dáil and Seanad by the end of the year.

Andrea was joined by Eve McDowell and Una Ring who have campaigned for standalone stalking legislation.  

They were joined alongside Dr Catherine O’Sullivan, lecturer in the Law School in UCC, who helped draft the bill that Lisa Chambers brought in...

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