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    Quote Originally Posted by Polybius View Post
    The police in London are no longer permitted to "stop and search" people. For decades all the lefty liberals whinged that "stop and search" was racist because young black men were more likely to be stopped by police. But this policy led to large amounts of weapons being seized and was a deterant to black men to carry knives. Now the lefties have got their way and young black men can now carry knives without fear of being stopped. And who is being stabbed to death? Other black people! Well done the "anti-racist" lefties.
    Garbage. Stop and search is used more than ever.

    Where does this boll0x start?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_SR View Post
    Garbage. Stop and search is used more than ever.

    Where does this boll0x start?
    Nick Ferrari urged the government to bring back Stop And Search to help end the scourge of knife crime.
    Four young men were killed over New Year's Eve in London, bringing the final total fatal stabbings in the capital to 80 in 2017.

    Nick believes the problem started with Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to reduce the amount of Stop And Search used by police during her time as Home Secretary.
    And he made a passionate plea to her to reverse her decision and allow officers to target the people most likely to be carrying a knife.

    http://www.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenter...nd-search/made
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    Murder rate in London (which I just looked up) is 12/million people. In Ireland the rate is.... wait for it... 12/million people.

    There is no story here except that London is a big city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polybius View Post
    The police in London are no longer permitted to "stop and search" people.
    They are, they do. And what is more, I regularly see them doing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gleeful View Post
    Murder rate in London (which I just looked up) is 12/million people. In Ireland the rate is.... wait for it... 12/million people.

    There is no story here except that London is a big city.
    Links please!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catalpast View Post
    A lot of crime goes unreported

    OK maybe serious crimes are

    - but low level stuff?

    Anyway in the subject of the OP it is most certainly on the rise....

    Lets hope it doesn't take hold here.....
    How much regular gun crime was there in the Dublin of 1970s, 80s and 90s?

    Oh and this....

    Sexual assault and rape reports double in Cork city
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catalpast View Post
    Nick Ferrari urged the government to bring back Stop And Search to help end the scourge of knife crime.
    Four young men were killed over New Year's Eve in London, bringing the final total fatal stabbings in the capital to 80 in 2017.

    Nick believes the problem started with Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to reduce the amount of Stop And Search used by police during her time as Home Secretary.
    And he made a passionate plea to her to reverse her decision and allow officers to target the people most likely to be carrying a knife.

    http://www.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenter...nd-search/made
    He is wrong. And not for the first time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_SR View Post
    Despite crime overall never being lower?
    MURDERS WERE UP 31% in Ireland last year compared to the year previous.
    The crime figures from the Central Statistics Office also showed sexual offences increased by 8% and sexual assaults on children were up over 20%.

    Murders up 31% in Ireland with 38 in 2016 TheJournal.ie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratio Et Fides View Post
    How much regular gun crime was there in the Dublin of 1970s, 80s and 90s?

    Oh and this....

    Sexual assault and rape reports double in Cork city
    More than there is now. Republicans were turning over banks routinely.

    Reports is the key word. And is that the best you could do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catalpast View Post
    MURDERS WERE UP 31% in Ireland last year compared to the year previous.
    The crime figures from the Central Statistics Office also showed sexual offences increased by 8% and sexual assaults on children were up over 20%.

    Murders up 31% in Ireland with 38 in 2016 TheJournal.ie
    One year as a result of a gang war. Look at the trend catty.
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