Domestic abuse victims able to seek help in TSB banks

Victims of domestic abuse will now be able to walk into a TSB bank on the high-street and ask for help to escape their abusive partner. The new scheme, which is being implemented across almost 300 TSB branches across the UK from Wednesday, allows victims to speak to a trained staff member as well as contacting domestic abuse services or the police or a friend or relative in a private room.

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