In the wake of the devastating triple shooting that occurred in Ilford this week I asked the Minister on the governments plans to address rising crime. This tragic incident is not an isolated event but part of an alarming wave of violence that has gripped our community. The safety and well-being of my constituents are of utmost importance, and it is evident that not nearly enough is being done to protect them. Today, I spoke in the House to shed light on this issue and demand decisive action to address the escalating violence in our neighborhood.

The Horrific Triple Shooting: The recent triple shooting in Ilford has sent shockwaves through our community. Lives have been lost, families shattered, and fear has deepened among residents. We cannot allow such senseless acts of violence to become the new norm. It is crucial that we recognize the urgency of this situation and take swift and effective action to prevent further tragedies.

The distressing reality is that our community is grappling with an increasing wave of violence, and the current measures in place to protect our constituents fall short. It is deeply concerning that not enough is being done to address the root causes of this violence, support at-risk individuals, and enhance community safety. We must acknowledge that the status quo is inadequate and commit to implementing tangible solutions.

The horrific triple shooting in Ilford is a stark reminder that our community is in desperate need of robust and immediate action. We cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the escalating violence that threatens the safety and well-being of our constituents. I will continue to advocate for comprehensive measures, increased resources, and collaborative efforts to address the root causes of violence and ensure the safety of our community. Together, we can work towards a future where our constituents can live free from fear and violence.