London knife deaths: Mums tell of hardest calls after sons stabbed

The Met say the campaign is particularly aimed at encouraging mothers, sisters or aunts, whose children, siblings, nephews or nieces may be on the fringes of knife crime to make a report if they know someone who carries a weapon or where one has been hidden.

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