Knife Crime: A change in culture

On the 14th September, more than 100 young people marched from the Aylesbury estate in Southwark to Steedman Street, where their friend, Mohammed ‘Moe’ Dura-Ray, was murdered. Flowers were laid, candles lit and prayers said close to the murder scene. Moe is not the first young person I know who has been stabbed and killed on the Aylesbury estate, nor was this the first time Moe had been stabbed

According to Evening Standard figures this year: ‘Knife crime in London soared by 18 per cent with around 1,000 knifing incidents a month and 10 young...

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