Sunday, February 28News For London

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One in four young people have been victims of crime in London in 2019

One in four young people have been victims of crime in London in 2019

Breaking News, crime, London, Student
Westminster World looks into the number of young people affected by crime in London and whether they felt safe living in the capital. The year 2019 in London has been overshadowed by knife crime, an increase in theft around the holidays and sexual crimes on public transportation. More recently the city experienced a terror attack at London Bridge, which has raised the question of personal safety among young Londoners.  A survey of over 300 London university students found that 1 in 4 young people has been affected by crime in London this year. These results slightly differ from those gathered in the Youth Voice Survey undertaken by the Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) in January 2019. The MOPAC survey showed that 1 in 10 (about 12 percent) of 8,000 young peop
London and China celebrate more than just a cultural interest

London and China celebrate more than just a cultural interest

Culture, News
London proudly hosts the biggest Chinese New Year's parade outside China. With a community of 120,000 people, the Chinese have become one of the largest minorities in the capital. Join them celebrating their culture. Reporter: Cristiana Ferrauti @Cristiana16492 Sub-editor: Jipsa George Londoners will join the Chinese community this February to celebrate Chinese New Year on a large and colourful scale. On Sunday, 22. February, dragon and lion dances, and a parade will happen in Chinatown and around Trafalgar Square from 10am on to welcome "The Year of the Goat". The feast in the British capital is known as the biggest outside Asia. Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival, is the most important celebration in China. Fireworks, parades and stage shows along with many other