Teen fighting for life after knife assault on north London bus

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A teenager is fighting for his life in hospital after being stabbed in the chest on a north London bus. The teenager was airlifted to an east London hospital where he remains in critical condition a police spokesman said. The stabbing comes during a surge in knife crime in London. At PMQs on Wednesday Theresa May announced she would host a summit on knife crime and said the Government would be putting more resources into policing. A TEENAGER was stabbed to death outside a Waitrose in a gruesome broad daylight attack as the knife crime epidemic continues to grip London. Just 24 hours before the latest stabbing East London. The latest stabbing took place outside a supermarket in broad daylight with horrified witnesses claiming the knifeman dropped a weapon before fleeing. How a survivor of knife crime became a role model for children Read moreIn the home counties knife crime has risen by an average of 44. Figures for Kent show a threefold increase in knife crime over the eight years. Supt Ricky Fields said county lines drugs gangs were partly fuelling the rise

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