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by NADEEM BADSHAH CALLS TO END SCRIPTURES’ USE TO CONTROL BEHAVIOUR BY PARTNERS BRITAIN’S Asian community has been urged to speak out and raise awareness of men and women who use religious teach­ings to control their partners. Campaigners have called for more education and tougher laws to tackle individuals who take scriptures out of context to inflict psychological abuse on a spouse or relative. Prime minister Theresa May is expected to introduce laws to prosecute people who abuse loved ones through controlling behaviour, after a consultation ended on May 31. SUPPORT: Nazir Afzal Nazir Afzal, the former chief prosecutor for…