Children as young as thirteen were able to buy knives in London

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Children as young as thirteen were able to buy knives in London

Children as young as thirteen were able to buy knives in London, as part of an uncover operation carried out by the Met and London Trading Standards.

The report comes just days after two young people were stabbed just moments from Victoria station. 

Knife crime campaigners say this issue has been on the rise.
 

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