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Elderly woman whose neck was broken in Derby robbery dies

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This angered/saddened me so much I had to post on here to vent a little. 

Survived Nazi Germany only to robbed by low life scum.

Muggings/violent robberies are all to far too common now, why aren't the government addressing this?

Edited by deadlyavenger

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It'll carry on until we get street gangs formed from law abiding citizens taking the law into their own hands (when law & order becomes a irrelevance, while the judiciary becomes dysfunctional).

Edited by Big Orange

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Well they keep saying crime was worse in the 1980s (maybe in comparison to the mid 2000s, when crime stats were more reliable and incidents less under reported).

I see May scaling back on "stop 'n search" was one factor in contributing to the spike in violent assaults and murders in London.

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