Lidl Urged To Rethink Sale Of Low Cost Knife Assortments

It comes amid a rise in violent knife crime.

Lidl is being urged to stop selling low cost "knife assortments" over the rise in violent knife crime. 

They're being sold as part of the supermarket's camping and outdoor activity range and include a pocket knife with twenty one functions.
Mullingar's Pat Marry, Retired Detective Inspector, says a conversation needs to be had about the sale and advertising of knives:


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