That this House is concerned that 750,000 children a year witness domestic violence in the home; notes that children can experience domestic violence in many ways such as seeing or hearing the violence and the shouts, screams and crying, seeing the cuts, bruises and emotional impact on the abused parent, getting physically hurt whilst trying to intervene, and being deliberately injured by a perpetrator in order to terrorise the non-abusing parent; supports the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children’s campaign to tackle domestic violence from a child’s point of view; and calls on the Government to amend the Home Office’s definition of domestic violence in England to include the impact of domestic violence on children.