‘Has anybody seen the mayor?’ Ferrari’s tirade on Khan’s silence despite surging violence

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Between February and Walk, the Metropolitan Police investigated 46 murders in London, with the up to date one recorded on April 2 in Tottenham. New York reported 14 murders for the unchanged period.

Nick Ferrari, who has repeatedly highlighted the importance of stop and search, objective the London Mayor and Prime Minister for the rise in the figures.

He said: “How sundry more mothers need to cradle teenage daughters dying in their arms?

“What numberless has to happen before the Prime Minister, who I won’t say literally has blood on her hands, but has doubts to answer over her disastrous policy of reining back stop and search, when she was Domicile Secretary.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Nick FerrariGETTY•LBC

London crime: Nick Ferrari exploded at the Mayor during a eager rant

“Hello. Has anybody seen the mayor? We’re on mayor watch. Day two. 48 people dead now, Mr Mayor, and in addition nothing.

“What about getting something done?”

Ferrari also clouted on his LBC that those who have been recently stabbed or shot are colleagues of ethnic backgrounds, and there needed to be work done within exceptional communities.

He added: “Here’s a fact for you, there are more police office-bearers now in London than there were five years ago, when the killing rate was nothing like this. Fact.”

Hello. Has anybody seen the mayor?

Flaw Ferrari

The latest death, in Bow, east London, came as figures leaded there were 23 murders in London in March, compared with 21 in New York. The towns have similar size populations and police forces.

Since 2014, there has been a 38 per cent proliferate in killings in London, while in New York they have fallen by 87 per cent since a extreme in the 1990s.

Sadiq Khan has faced increasing criticism for his record through crime in London during his time as Mayor.

The Mayor of London has faced separate scrutiny over the rise of knife crime after there were 80 toxic attacks in the capital last year.

Speaking in the London Assembly earlier this year, Mr Khan blamed funding destine a chop ups for the spike in knife crime.

Nigel Farage told his LBC show final night: “I never thought I would see the day when the murder rate in London would gain on that of New York.

“I wonder whether the London mayor Sadiq Khan should dish out a bit less time slagging off Donald Trump and a bit more time insinuating to grips with crime in London because clearly, we have a authentic bad problem here.”

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