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Lidl urged to cut sale of low-cost knives

Lidl urged to stop selling lost cost knives

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08.00 4 Nov 2021


Lidl urged to cut sale of low-cost knives


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 Lidl is being urged to stop selling six euro “knife assortments” due to the rise of violent knife crime. The product forms part of the retailer’s camping and outdoor activity range and includes a “pocket knife” with “21 practical functions” and a “saw” type blade.  Patrick Marry, Retired Detective Inspector and Author of The Making of a Detective joined us with more on this story.

 

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