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"Lorcan's life is gone forever" Tackling knife crime in Ireland

Jenny O'Reilly lost her son, Lorcan, to knife crime back in 2015. She told us his story and what ...

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13.40 3 Mar 2021


"Lorcan's life is gone forever" Tackling knife crime in Ireland


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Jenny O'Reilly lost her son, Lorcan, to knife crime back in 2015. She told us his story and what needs to be done to tackle the issue.

After that, Orielle Taylor from the campaign group "No Knives Better Lives" at YouthLink Scotland spoke to Andrea about a new video game that will be roll-out to schools to deal with knife crime.

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