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Statistically Haiti, Somalia and Pakistan are leagues behind the UK in all measures of the UN human development index, including safety, security and levels of crime. Hence it is grossly inaccurate to suggest there is a resemblance between them and London. Unless there’s a radical change in sentencing, all this serves is fear. Fear to walk out the door. In the past week, there have been two stabbings in public areas in broad daylight in my town. How can one feel safe if this keeps happening?
I suggest if the People Think I’m Nice Until They Sit Next To Me At A Racetrack Shirt CPS does not start issuing life sentences per stab wound, the BBC should avoid pushing fear into us. If I am going to get stabbed to death, at least I want to be oblivious to it. You have cases of people committing crime after crime, only to be let off with a slap on the wrist. I’m absolutely not condoning or downplaying this horrible loss of life. Every death is a tragedy. And I hope one day that we will somehow manage to eradicate it.