Chicken boxes to return to Home Office with handwritten knife crime solutions

UK The Guardian

Move by Word on the Curb is in response to the government’s ‘borderline racist’ #knifefree chicken box campaign A youth-focused trio will lobby the government with knife crime solutions written on chicken boxes that had been distributed by the Home Office. The move by Word on the Curb is a response to the government’s #knifefree chicken box, which was described as “embarrassing”, “stupid” and “borderline racist” by critics after being unveiled last week. Continue reading... …

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