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Police in Stevenage are hoping to solve this age old problem and protect people from dates that have gone wrong or the threat of sexual assault – through a pilot of the Ask for Angela scheme.Posters will be displayed in participating pubs, clubs and restaurants in the town, encouraging people to go to the bar and ‘ask for Angela’ if they feel uncomfortable about a date.Jobi Mc Anuff’s superb individual effort fired Stevenage to a point at Exeter with Boro boss Darren Sarll saying Grecians’ Reuben Reid ‘showed class’ by telling him after the match that the ball had hit his hand on its way into the net for City’s equaliser.Letchworth, Stotfold and Shefford may not be the first places that spring to mind when you think of Jewish history – but as a visiting author explained last night, the connections there are actually quite strong.


Mr Potter said the issue applies to men as much as women, and is particularly important for older daters who might not be so used to operating on social media. The launch is part of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week which takes place across the UK this week.The question is, what should you do in this most awkward – or even dangerous – situation?


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