HYNDBURN MP Graham Jones is calling on the Government to toughen up a law which allows people to find out about a partner's history.

It follows the death of Rosie Darbyshire from Lancashire who was murdered by her boyfriend in February.

The 27-year-old had used Clare's Law to find out information about their partner's criminal history but she was killed before the 35-days when police had to respond.

Mr Jones raised a Parliamentary Question to the Home Secretary Priti Patel, asking her to review the scheme and for quicker responses.

Mr Jones said: "A constituent of mine who knew about the case of Rosie who used Clare's Law to try find out about her partner.

"Yet 11 days later and she had not got the information across and she was killed.

"If she had got the information earlier then she may still have been alive today.

"I think there needs to be a review into the scheme as the 35 days are too long.

"Surely the police can speed notices to applicants so they can seek to find out what they want.

"I think a review is the very least we can do."