These two ladies brilliantly spoke out about knife crime on Question Time, and we should all be grateful because they spoke their mind and spoke the truth!
In last night’s BBC Question Time in Tottenham, two ladies explained with passion to Fiona Bruce’s gobsmacked panel what they think is going wrong with the government and politicians’ dealing with the current knife crime epidemic that touches every part of the country.
They made their point heard loud and clear. And we should all thank them for speaking out so brilliantly!
One of the two ladies in the audience rightly told the politicians in the panel: “What is it gonna take for the MPs to sit down and say something’s got to be done? Is it gonna be your son... or your daughter that’s gonna be killed for you to deal with it?”
“I’ve got fourteen grandchildren, and I’m so scared! So scared!”
“What is it gonna take for the MPs to sit down and say something’s got to be done? Is it gonna be your son... or your daughter that’s gonna be killed for you to deal with it? I’ve got fourteen grandchildren, and I’m so scared! So scared!”
Indeed, it is about time this government – and politicians of all sides – take responsibility for their bad decisions and wrongdoing!
MPs, stop wondering, stop writing reports, stop analysing, stop maybe-ing, stop thinking... Young people are dying in the streets of Britain today! There is no time to waste. Sort it out...
Watch the two ladies speaking on Question Time:
Knife crime (Part 1). / BBC - Question Time
Knife crime (Part 2). / BBC - Question Time
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