Morrison, Albanese and Pyne call for cultural change on DV

THREE top politicians have urged a national cultural change to stamp out domestic violence after three shocking deaths around the country.

To help save lives, the federal MPs, Scott Morrison, Anthony Albanese and Christopher Pyne, have urged the entire community to confront how people think about domestic violence.

The call follows the unrelated deaths this week of young mother Tara Brown, a six-year-old girl in her family home in Kedron and a woman shot by her partner at a Gold Coast McDonald's.



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