Another fatal stabbing in London yesterday, with a man in his 30s killed near Turnpike Lane train station in Haringey, North London, bringing the suspected murder total for the capital this year to 74.
Police found a 35-year-old man was stab injuries and he was later sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) June 9, 2018
There have yet to be any arrests.
#TurnpikeLane #Haringey #N8
There are reports coming in of a serious incident on Turnpike Lane in the Haringey area of #NorthLondon. @metpoliceuk & @Ldn_Ambulance are currently on scene. Video credit @jackdasousa pic.twitter.com/Zc7qNMAjrT
— London 999 Feed (@999London) June 9, 2018
We’ve seen been a complete lack of leadership in tackling violent crime in London.
The solution needs to be more police, tougher prison sentences and a far harsher approach when it comes to dealing with violent criminals.
Instead, we’ve seen precious little leadership from London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan.