Whilst we do not know the details, these unconnected, yet horribly similar, deaths, would seem to have reached a new low in the ever-increasing youth violence being perpetrated in our communities. With some notable exceptions, the general connection with youth homicide is of young people involved in gangs and the drugs trade. These deaths would …
On February 1st the For Jimmy and WE Charity partnered to host a Safer Communities Youth Summit at City Hall for over 100 Team London Young Ambassadors The event enabled young people to take part in workshops around personal responsibility and connecting communities, as well as being given the opportunity to plan a social action …
A statement from Barry and Margaret Mizen, on behalf of For Jimmy, in response to the most recent knife crime murders in London “The violence on our streets is showing no signs of abating, and the only response in the short term is to allow and support the police to do their job. The current …
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Squeeze played an exclusive acoustic set at the Street Food Union in Rupert Street, Soho, to raise awareness and funds for the charity For Jimmy
A father who’s son was killed in a bakery shop reveals why he forgave his son’s killer
Furious Amy Morgan urged the Prime Minister to ditch her two-strike rule if she has any chance of countering the daily stabbings – the like of which killed her son Tyler
The parents of a teenager who was murdered 10 years ago led a series of lectures on violent crime at London South East Colleges
Margaret joins Jane to talk about the loss of her son and the last 10 years she and her family have been campaigning to try and stamp out knife crime.
Bexley MP James Brokenshire has told how he set himself milestones including a 22-mile walk in memory of murdered teenager Jimmy Mizen to help him recover from lung cancer surgery
At the end of last year everything changed for the then Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire when he discovered he had lung cancer and would need to step down from government