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Knives Campaign

Kids asked to shame knife yobs in city

Kids asked to shame knife yobs in city

Police close off Brintons Road, Six Dials after a stabbing in the early hours of Sunday.

Four knife attacks in 24 hours

KNIFE CRIME LAUNCH: Lily Golden, who designed the poster, Jeanette Singleton (mother of Lewis Singleton) and Chief Inspector Andy Bottomley.

Extra cash to tackle county’s knife crime

Jonathan Gilham, James Carlton and Jamie Summerton

Fresh-faced trio in knifepoint robbery


Teens live in climate of fear


Cameron backs knife campaign

Man stabbed in back in vicious ambush

CAMPAIGN LAUNCH: Poster designer Lily Golden; Jeanette Singleton, Lewis' mum; and Chief Insp Andy Bottomley.

'Never carry a knife'


Most knife carriers are spared jail

Knife victim Lewis Singleton

Huge increase in convictions for carrying knives


Sailor’s death still a mystery


Footballer is cleared of rape

Lily is pictured right with her winning design with Chief Insp Bottomley and her classmate Jess Green  who was runner-up  with their head teacher Susan Trigger.

Knife poster winner

Workers could be sent to jail over knife sales


End this knife madness

Country-wide day of action

CAMPAIGN: Dele's family and friends gather to support the Echo's call for a end to knife crime

PM backed Echo blade campaign

LAST PICTURE TOGETHER: Aimee Merritt, 16, with mum Sarah Merritt, 39.

Good will come from Sarah’s untimely death

Police to stop and search

Centre for ex-addicts to open

HIDDEN DANGER: Teacher and union rep Ron Clooney pictured with weapons which have been confiscated from pupils.

Teachers armed with new powers

Why a safe school is the right of every child

Drug dealer jailed for three years

Head reassures parents about knives at Hampshire school

BACKING OUR MESSAGE: Millbrook Community School pupils.  Echo picture by Joanna Mann. Order no: 4950311

School joins Echo poster campaign

BACKING CAMPAIGN: Terence and Margaret Noakes.

Don’t inflict knife crime heartache

Stab victim's college backs anti-knife move

Stab victim’s college backs anti-knife move

Binmen injured by knives

CAMPAIGN: Alex Grossart, clinical team manager, left, and Rob Kemp, divisional clinical team manager, right, back the Daily Echo's knife campaign.

Frontline staff join campaign against knives

Annette Cousins a sister at Southampton hospital's casualty department has backed the Daily Echo's campaign to get knifes off the streets.

Stab wound victims has rocketed, claims top hospital consultant

HEARTACHE: Mum Angie Little.

Mum who watched son Dele die from knife wounds joins Echo campaign to rid our streets of blades

MP joins Echo call to rid our streets of knives

Cross party support for Echo knife campaign

Friends and some of his family of Lewis Singleton at Guildhall Square to highlight the dangers of knife crime.

Knife Crime: Put a stop to it

Knife Crime

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