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Police hunt "violent" wanted man

Haringey Independent: Hughroy Nelson is wanted in connection with a burglary

11:29am Tuesday 25th September 2012

Police are appealing for help in tracing a “violent” man wanted in connection with a burglary.

Knife crime law change 'step in the right direction'

11:10am Tuesday 1st November 2011

TOUGHER sentences for 16 and 17-year-olds caught wielding a knife are a “step in the right direction”, the Mayor of London has said.

Government feared rebellion over knife crime amendment

12:10pm Friday 28th October 2011

A HARROW MP who backed our campaign for tougher sentences for knife-wielding teens said the Government backed down to avoid another backbench rebellion.

Don't Carry, Don't Kill MP 'delighted' with campaign success

Haringey Independent: Mr de Bois challenged the Prime Minister in Parliament.

9:54am Thursday 27th October 2011

AN Enfield MP whose campaign with the Enfield Independent has led to tougher sentences for teenagers who use knives has said he is “delighted”.

Government backs Don't Carry Don't Kill with tough new knife crime sentences

Haringey Independent: Don't carry, Don't kill: Enfield Indepedent launches campaign

10:59pm Wednesday 26th October 2011

THE Government has thrown its weight behind proposals championed by the Enfield Independent for tougher sentences for teenagers who carry knives.

Government 'still considering' Don't Carry, Don't Kill amendment, says Ken Clarke

Haringey Independent: Cabinet arrivals at Downing Street 11/10/11. Lord Strathclyde, Iain Duncan Smith, Chris Grayling, David Willetts, Mervyn King, Mary Portas, Eric Pickles, Sir George Young, Dominic Grieve, Ken Clarke, Theresa May, William Hague and Jeremy Hunt.

3:12pm Wednesday 26th October 2011

THE JUSTICE Secretary has said he is taking an amendment to knife legislation backed by the Enfield Independent under “careful consideration”.

Don't Carry, Don't Kill MP elected to justice body

Haringey Independent: Mr de Bois challenged the Prime Minister in Parliament.

3:20pm Monday 24th October 2011

AN Enfield MP has been elected to a parliamentary body that investigates justice legislation after running an anti-knife crime campaign with the Enfield Independent.

Knife crime petition to be handed to MPs

1:12pm Friday 21st October 2011

A PETITION signed by hundreds of people in Enfield will be presented to Parliament this afternoon calling for tough action on teenage knife crime.

Don't Carry, Don't Kill petition to be handed to Parliament

Haringey Independent: Don't Carry, Don't Kill

11:15am Thursday 20th October 2011

A PETITION backing the Enfield Independent's Don't Carry, Don't Kill campaign will be presented to Parliament tomorrow – days before legislation is debated.

David Cameron challenged to back Don't Carry, Don't Kill campaign in Parliament

Haringey Independent: Mr de Bois challenged the Prime Minister in Parliament.

1:02pm Wednesday 12th October 2011

AN Enfield MP called on the Prime Minister today to join 40 other MPs and back the Don't Carry, Don't Kill campaign by the Enfield Independent.

Tough stop-and-search powers for police following stabbings

4:26pm Tuesday 27th September 2011

POLICE have invoked tougher stop-and-search powers in response to two stabbings in Tottenham at the weekend.

More than 500 back Don't Carry Don't Kill petition

Haringey Independent: Don't Carry, Don't Kill

4:12pm Monday 26th September 2011

MORE than 500 people have backed Enfield Independent calls for a change in the law to tackle knife crime.

Teenager stabbed in Tottenham

9:02am Monday 26th September 2011

A TEENAGER is in hospital after he was stabbed on the Broadwater Farm Estate.

Four fifths of criminals carrying a knife avoid jail

11:18am Friday 2nd September 2011

MORE than 16,000 criminals caught with a knife have avoided going to jail, new figures show.

Stabbed Tottenham teenager in 'critical condition'

8:50am Wednesday 3rd August 2011

POLICE are appealing for witnesses and information after a 19-year-old boy was stabbed several times on Monday.

Don't Carry, Don't Kill campaign launches petition

Haringey Independent: Don't Carry, Don't Kill

3:00pm Tuesday 26th July 2011

A POLITICIAN has teamed up with the Haringey Independent to start a petition to Parliament to tackle knife crime.

Police arrest three more over Andrew Jaipaul death

Haringey Independent: Andrew Jaipaul

11:47am Tuesday 26th July 2011

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of a Finsbury Park man in Holloway last month have made three more arrests.

Godwin Lawson murder trial drawing to a close

Haringey Independent: Godwin Lawson

7:30am Monday 25th July 2011

CLOSING arguments are due to begin today in the trial of three men accused of murdering an Enfield teenager.

Marvin Henry murder accused to begin their defence

Haringey Independent: Marvin Henry

9:20am Sunday 24th July 2011

FOUR men accused of shooting dead a teenager on a soon-to-be demolished estate are due to begin their defence next week.

Witness wanted over knife robbery

9:55am Monday 18th July 2011

POLICE are hunting a robber who held a knife to a man's stomach before stealing his phone in Wood Green last night.

MP backs Haringey Independent's Don't Carry Don't Kill campaign

2:27pm Thursday 14th July 2011

Tottenham MP David Lammy said he supports the Haringey Independent’s bid to get the sentencing of people caught in possession of knives extended to those under the age of 18.

Don't carry, Don't kill: Haringey Independent launches campaign

Haringey Independent: Don't carry, Don't kill: Enfield Indepedent launches campaign

2:07pm Thursday 14th July 2011

Knife crime has blighted North London for too long.

Enfield teenager killed in 'brutal' 20 second knife attack, court hears

Haringey Independent: Godwin Lawson

9:46am Thursday 14th July 2011

A YOUNG footballer from Enfield was stabbed to death in a knife attack that lasted just 20 seconds, the Old Bailey heard.

Police quiz four more over murder of Finsbury Park man

Haringey Independent: Andrew Jaipaul

3:03pm Tuesday 12th July 2011

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of a Finsbury Park man in Holloway last month have arrested four more people.






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