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That this House commends the invaluable work of Rape Crisis in bringing much needed support to people affected by sexual violence, often years after the offences have taken place; recognises the vital nature of this organisation; but notes with sadness that in 1984 there were 68 affiliated members of Rape Crisis (England and Wales) but in 2008 there are just 38; believes this is a failure of successive governments; and endorses the New Statesman's campaign to secure proper funding from the Government so existing Rape Crisis centres can continue their work and new centres can open.
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