A woman who suffered more than two decades of domestic violence has brought her campaign to protect abuse victims to the Isle of Man.
Eve Thomas escaped to a 'safe' house offered by UK charity Refuge four years ago, but lived in fear her ex-husband would track her down.
When a court demanded to know that address she refused to give it, establishing a principal that's become known as Eve's law.
Eve now campaigns for a permanent change in the law to prevent victims from having their safe house address disclosed in open court.
She says she's determined to close a loophole:
The campaign is backed by Island charity Victim Support, which offers practical and emotional help to those suffering abuse.
Victim Support's coordinator Paula Gelling is asking whether a version of Eve's law is needed in the Isle of Man: