London crime: 'MAYHEM' on streets 'worse than when Stephen Lawrence died' says father

  Daily Express 

Image source :
THE father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence fears that violence on Britain's streets is even worse than when his son was stabbed to death more than a quarter of a century ago.
 ▼ Related news : 
Who is Jamie Acourt and his brother Neil and were they suspects in the Stephen Lawrence murder case?
The Sun  
Stephen Lawrence murder suspect Neil Acourt 'set for prison release next week'
Stephen Lawrence murder suspect Neil Acourt 'will walk free from prison next week'
Mail Online  
Stephen Lawrence murder suspect Neil Acourt to walk free from jail on Monday after canteen job preps him for life on the outside
The Sun  
Crime author AA Dhand: Life and death on Bradford's 'forgotten' streets
BBC News  
Knife crime: the shocking list of stabbings and slashings on our streets this year so far
Liverpool Echo  
Father of missing Claudia Lawrence admits 'I may never see her again' 10 years on from disappearance
Yorkshire Post  
Claudia Lawrence's father says it is 'difficult' to believe chef is alive
Mail Online  
Libby Squire missing: Father of Claudia Lawrence urges missing student's family to 'keep up hope'
Evening Standard  
Seven injured after five-car pile-up during morning of mayhem on M56 motorway
Liverpool Echo  
Jasmine Sandlas fans chant for refunds after 'total mayhem' at Birmingham show
Birmingham mail  
Warrington and St Helens flood warnings issued after day of weather mayhem
Liverpool Echo  
Wild goats cause mayhem in Llandudno town centre after bad weather forces them to lower ground
Evening Standard  
Is Facebook down? Mayhem as users across the world complain they can't use social media apps
Daily Record  
Top News !
How this couple's £50,000 dream Corfu wedding turned into a nightmare   A COUPLE who spent thousands of pounds on a dream wedding in Corfu were left heartbroken after the best day of their lives turned into a nightmare.
Accrington party hostess attacked by guest   A PARTY hostess was attacked twice by a female guest.
Burglar targeted homes with windows left open during record-hot summer   A BURGLAR who entered homes through windows, left open in the height of a record-breaking hot summer, has been jailed.
Couple's plea to find stolen bikes   A SOUTHAMPTON couple are asking the community to help them find their stolen motorbikes.
'People shouted run for your lives' - Shoppers left in shock at supermarket   SHOCKED shoppers were ordered to leave a Southampton supermarket after reports of an armed raid at the rear of the shop.
Work begins on transforming old mill into housing   A DILAPIDATED old mill is soon to get a new lease of life as it is redeveloped into 'much-needed' housing.
Children celebrating completion of £93,000 play area   FAMILIES in a Hampshire town are celebrating the opening of a new-look play park costing almost £100,000.
Climate change: Water shortages in England 'within 25 years'   Climate change and population growth will cause an "existential threat", says Environment Agency boss.
Argus comment: Don't give money to beggars, there are lots of support available   THE chief executive of Brighton Housing Trust, a leading charity which helps the homeless community in the city, has delivered a stark message to...
Frustration over delay in obtaining vital cancer treatment machines   A FRUSTRATED councillor has hit out at the “endless layers of bureaucracy” in the NHS as the fight for a cancer treatment unit in West Sussex continues.
Ancient church seeks consent to repair damage caused by thieves   MEMBERS of a historic Hampshire church of “outstanding national importance” want consent to re-roof parts of the building damaged during a £10,000 lead theft.
Katy Rice column: Stop looking like a quasi-porn star and just be natural   IS it me or is everyone beginning to look very weird? Almost every picture you see of a young woman in the media is one of those peculiar profile...
Plan for woodland and wildflower meadow burial ground   A SERENE green plot of land in the South Downs National Park could be developed into a natural burial ground where woodland and a wild flower meadow would become places of...
Brighton University scientists help tackle waterborne diseases in Kenya   UNIVERSITY of Brighton researchers have arrived to Kenya to help the country gain more understanding about drinking-water contamination.
Peter Kyle's plan could solve Brexit problem once and for all   PETER Kyle may have provided an answer to Brexit after his compromise solution received backing from the Labour Party.
Meet the Brighton people whose rare birthmarks make them truly unique   HER birthmarks on chest, neck, back and arm make her “look like a leopard” – and to 12-year-old Edith Bliss, they are what makes her unique.
People who give beggars money are to blame for Brighton's homeless crisis   THE chief executive of a leading homeless charity says “well-meaning people” who give money to beggars are fuelling the drug and alcohol addictions of...
Surge in demand for 'childbirth companions' after Royal rumour   UNCONFIRMED media rumours that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have hired a “childbirth companion” for the arrival of their first child have triggered an upsurge in ...
Protesters celebrate after housing plans on nature reserve are dropped   PROTESTERS cheered after a joint housing partnership decided to drop plans to build on a nature reserve.
New attraction will soon open at Drusillas   A POPULAR zoo park will have families in a spin with a new ride next month.
Company owner dies after taking heroin for the first time   A DIRECTOR of a scaffolding company died in his home after trying heroin for the first time.
Tributes for popular Boys' Brigade stalwart known as the 'ultimate volunteer'   AN EX-MEMBER of Brighton Boys’ Brigade has been remembered as the “ultimate volunteer”.
Trio admit cannabis offences in court   A CASH-STRAPPED worker tried to stash a kilo of cannabis at a depot to make a fast buck, a court head.
Fraud squad investigates investment firm London Capital & Finance after arrests in Sussex   THE fraud squad has launched an investigation into London Capital & Finance, months after the investment firm collapsed.
About - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 - Hosted on Linode