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17-year-old boy stabbed to death in Brockley

A 17-year-old boy has died from his injuries after being stabbed in Brockley, south London, this evening.

Police were called to reports of a fight at Spalding House on Turnham Road around 6.15pm, where they found the victim and another teenage boy with stab wounds.

The pair were airlifted to hospital but one of the boys died shortly afterwards, with the other in a stable condition.

Witnesses told ITV News the attacker was male, and they saw him run from the scene, dropping his phone.

Police say no arrests have yet been made.


Mayor says London will face up to refugee 'responsibilities'

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has said London will face up to its "moral responsibilities" to take refugees, but stressed the city must not become a "magnet" for economic migrants.

A spokesman for the mayor told ITV News London:

We should take people fleeing persecution and those plainly in fear for their lives. London will of course face up to its moral responsibilities. But we must not become a magnet or pole of attraction for economic migrants.

It is also time to look harder at what can be done in Syria to solve the problem at source. Of course intervention has not worked in Iraq or Libya. But no one could say that non intervention was working in Syria.

– Boris Johnson
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