Perpetrators could face up to seven years in prison after sustained campaign from victims and activists

The government is set to make non-fatal strangulation a specific criminal offence, with perpetrators facing up to seven years in prison after a sustained campaign from victims and activists.

The UK justice secretary, Robert Buckland, is hoping to add a new offence to a police and sentencing bill next month, it is understood.

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