Young people urged to help in the fight against knife crime

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Young people urged to help in the fight against knife crime

Campaigners are calling for more help from young people in the fight against knife crime after the 5th teenager was stabbed to death in the capital.

19-year-old Lewis Blackman was found by police in a street in Kensington and was pronounced dead in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Earlier two teenage boys were charged with the murder of 17-year-old Promise Nkenda, who was killed in Newham on Valentines Day.

Magdalene Adenaike, the founder of anti-knife crime charity, 'More than Able', spoke to London Live about her initiative. 

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