More stabbed in Sadiq Khan’s London as grim crimewave in capital continues

More gruesome stabbings have taken place in Sadiq Khan’s London, with cops and paramedics responding to an incident outside a Tesco supermarket at Willesden Lane in Kilburn.

Police report that “two males sustained critical injuries” in a vile attack that reportedly took place in front of shocked shoppers and onlookers.

Videos posted to social media showed a heavy police presence in the area, with others reporting that one of the victims, targeted outside the supermarket, required “CPR for at least 10 mins.”

Earlier this afternoon another stabbing incident took place in Croydon, less than a day after a spate of stabbings in the area caught national headlines because of its disgusting scope.

Croydon police reported that “shortly after 3pm, we were notified by London Ambulance Service of a stabbing in London Road near the junction with Oakfield Road. Officers attended and a crime scene is in place. A 24-year-old man has been taken to a south London hospital. We await an update on his condition.”

10 people were stabbed around Croydon last night in a series of crimes that are all the more disturbing because the police are treating them as unconnected – highlighting the rising threat of widespread violence in the capital.

One of the victims was found dead, with police launching a homicide probe. He has since been identified as a 22 year old Peckham man known as “Lavz”.

Knife crime has been a constant issue for Londoners under the reign of Mayor Sadiq Khan, who has been accused by political foes of failing to act on the rising crisis while he wastes time virtue signalling about Donald Trump and launching reviews into the capital’s statues.

Last year it was reported that knife crime had hit another record high in 2019 with over 15,000 offences recorded in the city.