Anti-knife crime lessons for holidays
Teenagers in England are being given lessons in school to tackle the risk of knife crime over the summer holidays.
End-of-term activities might be expected to be sports days, school trips and concerts, but the Home Office is providing anti-knife lessons.
They are telling young people not to believe the "myth" that it is safer for them to carry a knife.
Crime Minister Victoria Atkins said young people need to be kept safe from the "rise in serious violence".
With the end of term approaching, secondary schools are giving safety lessons to reduce the risk of stabbings... read more
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