Barrister teams up with gang victim to cut out knife crime

A young barrister has teamed up with a knife crime campaigner to form the first black and Sikh community initiative to take knives off the streets and give young people hope. inessa Kaur, 29, was inspired after encountering Faron Paul, who has been stabbed nine times and now helps young people hand in knives and quit gangs.

Religion news 26 April

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