The Sunday Times, 

The statistical risk of a woman you know being hurt in a terrorist attack is vanishingly small. The likelihood of one being harmed by a violent man she lives with, on the other hand, is jaw-droppingly high. In 2017, the worst year of terrorist atrocities in recent mainland British history, 21 women were killed in terrorist attacks — on London Bridge, at the Manchester Arena, Westminster Bridge, Finsbury Park and Parsons Green. In the same year, more than three times that number were killed by a current or former partner, and another 10 by a male relative. Last year alone, almost 8% of women in the UK experienced domestic violence, working out at about 1.2m victims.

That our headlines and imaginations are haunted by fear…