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The murder of Sarah Everard is proof, were it needed, that only a sea change in the law will make women feel safer

Gail Walker



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Safety: Sarah Everard’s murder opened up conversation

Safety: Sarah Everard’s murder opened up conversation

Safety: Sarah Everard’s murder opened up conversation

The most powerful moment on local airwaves this week was when Rev Cheryl Meban became emotional talking about the murder of Sarah Everard and the ensuing public conversation about women's safety and sexual harassment in general.

Many listening at home to her Thought for the Day contribution on Good Morning Ulster instantly identified with how utterly exhausted she felt by it all.

"We're blamed for what we wear, we're blamed for where we go and what we do," she said, summing up the feelings of most women.


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