Stab victim's mother backs shop knife display campaign

Stab victim's mother backs shop knife display campaign
 

The mother of a man who was stabbed to death in a city centre is backing a campaign to stop knives being openly displayed in shop windows.
Marlon Small, 31, died after suffering a single stab wound in Leeds in November 2014.
His mother Carole said she was horrified large hunting knifes are still promoted in city centre shops.
Local knife retailers said the main issue was with "irresponsible online traders".
Campaigner James Swallow-Gaunt, from Sheffield, said he wants knives to be treated in the same way as cigarettes.
Mrs Small said advertising knives in shop windows sends out... read more

 
9 June 2018 in Regional, Views: 52
Source: BBC
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