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Q Thank you very much, Ms Noden; Ms Briggs, please do not think I am going to leave you out. I am going to get straight to the point.
Q This witness was requested by Plaid Cymru, but I will step into the shoes of Ms Saville Roberts and ask a general question.
I just want to clarify that the latest year for which we have figures on marriage is 2016.
Q 53 Hello, Ms Billingham. You have inspected the police response to domestic abuse for a number of years.
Q I forgot to say that it is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Hanson; I apologise for that oversight.
Q On the point about independence, questions have been asked today about the commissioner reporting to the Home Office.
It is in hand, Mr Coaker. That point is very well understood.
Q Just to give us an idea of the pressures that domestic abuse in all its forms places on the police, do you have any measure of how man
Q It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir David.
Q For colleagues who are not familiar with the acronyms of the Home Office and policing, the National Police Chiefs’ Council is the coll