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Saturday, October 21, 2017

London now more dangerous than New York City, crime stats suggest


By Telegraph, Oct. 20, 2017 

London is now more crime ridden and dangerous than New York City, with rape, robbery and violent offences far higher on this side of the Atlantic.

The latest statistics, published earlier this week, revealed that crime across the UK was up by 13 per cent, with a surge in violence in the capital blamed for much of the increase.


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