The Liberal Democrats have tabled amendments to the Domestic Abuse Bill as it starts Report Stage at the House of Lords on International Women's Day.
The amendments, which will be debated over the three days of report stage, include:
Calling for priority school places for children who are forced to change schools as a result of domestic abuse.
Ensuring children who have had to move due to domestic abuse do not receive delays to their NHS treatment.
Requiring the Secretary of State to issue a code of practice designed to ensure that people affected by domestic abuse who are workers receive appropriate care and support from their employer.