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London’s Mayor Declares Intense New ‘Knife Control’ Policies To Stop Epidemic Of Stabbings

Posted by M. C. Fox on April 9, 2018

It’s also not clear what local Londoners will now use to cut their food. 

weapons of war

As in the US, the UK government refuses to see the real causes of the degradation of society.  Where will the banning stop? Cricket bats maybe… but…

You can never have too much people control.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/29179/londons-mayor-declares-intense-new-knife-control-emily-zanotti

The police will now stop and frisk people believed to be carrying knives.

An epidemic of stabbings and acid attacks in London has gotten so bad that London mayor Sadiq Khan is announcing broad new “knife control” policies designed to keep these weapons of war out of the hands of Londoners looking to cause others harm.

The “tough, immediate” measures involve an incredible police crackdown, a ban on home deliveries of knives and acid, and expanding law enforcement stop-and-search powers so that police may stop anyone they believe to be a threat, or planning a knife or acid attack.

The U.K. government is expected to introduce a ban on online knife sales and home knife deliveries, declare it “illegal to possess zombie knives and knuckledusters in private” — “zombie knives” are those defined as being manufactured for the purpose of being used as a person-to-person weapon — and ban sales of caustic materials to anyone under the age of 18, the Independent reports

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