Archives For Crime

Operation Shutdown, Stop The Violence, end knife crime protest, Westminster Bridge, London
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A couple embracing as police officers cordon off roads near Houses of Parliament in security alert involving a suspicious vehicle near Westminster Bridge, London
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Steel Warriors a free community outdoor calisthenics gym made from recycled knives confiscated by Police, Langdon Park, Tower Hamlets, East London. Providing young people with a free space that not only gets them talking about knife crime but gives them more confidence in their bodies to walk the streets unarmed. Knives confiscated by Police have been melted down to make the equipment
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Photos Police forensic team searching for evidence after a stabbing of a teenager, Knapp Road, East London
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Jeremy Thorpe arriving at the Old Bailey on the first day of his trial for conspiracy to murder, London 1979
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Justice for Sam Hallam appeal for compensation for miscarriage of justice at the Supreme Court, London. Sam Hallam served seven years for a murder he did not commit
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USA March for Our Lives opposing gun violence and mass shootings in American schools
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Elaine Donnellon, organiser. Camden Against Violence silent march by community campaigners and NEU members against knife crime following a series of fatal stabbings in the area
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Barking raid after the terror attack on London Bridge and Borough Market. Newham, East London  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Barking raid after the terror attack on London Bridge and Borough Market. Newham, East London
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Gina Miller outside the Supreme Court which ruled that the Prime Minister must seek the permission of MPs before she can trigger Brexit Article 50, Westminster, London © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Gina Miller outside the Supreme Court which ruled that the Prime Minister must seek the permission of MPs before she can trigger Brexit Article 50, Westminster, London
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