Stop and Search could increase due to violent crime

Stop and search law is being put in place in order  to tackle violent crime in the UK this follows as series shootings and stabbing that has been happening in the UK.

The Metropolitan Police are looking to enforce the stop and search law as a response to the recent stabbings and shootings that’s been taking place so far this year. 

This follows as communities have been campaigning to bring stop and search with the aim to combat the recent spate in violent crime.

The number that was recently published has shown an increase in the number of people that have been affected by violent crime.

The government has recently said that they will continue to support the stop and search power that aims to decrease the number of violent crimes .

Meanwhile on social media people are supporting the stop and search initiative as many say its needed in the fight against crime.

Many others are hitting back as reports suggest black kids are five times more likely to be stopped and search than any other race.

Stop and search rate per 1,000 people, and number of stop and search incidents, by ethnicity.

EthnicityStop and search rate per 1,000 peopleNumber
Asian other1310,650
Black African1918,363
Black Caribbean2615,674
Black other7320,352
Mixed White/Asian3879
Mixed White/Black African71,202
Mixed White/Black Caribbean104,326
Mixed other144,062
White British3123,519
White Irish42,168
White other921,637
Other inc Chinese54,661
Any other74,187
EthnicityStop and search rate per 1,000 peopleNumber

The law seems working for the best as two males were just caught in Haringey this morning from a stop and search according to the MetTaskforce.


Brexit crisis: five hour cabinet meeting to find a solution.

The cabinet has held a five hour meeting  to tackle the deadlock of Brexit, as the next step come following a series of historic Government losses.

On Monday MPs held a vote on four alternatives to the Prime Minster’s withdrawal bill which has failed gained a majority in the Commons.

EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said a long extension to the UK’s current 12th of April exit date would  damage the EU. He went on to say it could cause “significant risks for the EU” he added that a  “strong justification would be needed” to move forward to next stages of Brexit.

A no deal Brexit could be more likely, he said “this can be avoided ” in his latest statement.

This comes after the government lost all votes on the Brexit withdrawing bill last week as Theresa May faces further losses in the Commons.

One conservative MP resigned soon after the government lost another vote on Monday night.

Meanwhile Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tweeted after Monday the night vote calling for snap election wit the hope of a new government being able to move Brexit forward.

This week the Commons, May’s government will  potentially face a fresh  round of indicative votes as labour MP Yvette Cooper’s presents a bill to extend article 50.

MPs rejected the Government withdrawing agreement

The government suffered the biggest defeat in the commons today after losing the votes to withdrawal agreement.

The government had its biggest defeat in the common today as their lost to 366 to 286 in the government biggest defeated in this past week.

This comes after march 29 deadline to leave the EU was delayed back to may 22nd this comes after the prime minster went to the EU  past week to ask for extension which later the EU agreed to May which recently got change to April .

This comes after Theresa May promised to leave office if she wins the deals in the common.

After the votes labor leader Jeremy Corbyn tweeted

This comes after the government lost vote to indicative votes on Wednesday rejecting other Brexit  options  by the government which  was rejected by the commons.

After the vote, the prime minster gave  a speech to the common saying ”  UK would have to find “an alternative way forward from she went said ” The UK is due to leave the EU on may 22nd.

There also had been suggestion the government might be asking for more extension for possible elections if prime minster resigns.

In the latest report is suggesting the UK  will now miss the EU deadline for may 22nd to delay Brexit which it suggested the UK will leave the EU without a deal.