More than half of Brits believe the police have lost control of the streets
A survey by ComRes and We The People revealed that 57% of people say that police officers have surrendered control of the streets
People feel that criminals now have no fear of getting caught and punished for their crimes.
With London’s crime skyrocketing the poll also revealed that a quarter of the population feel unsafe at night where they live.
The survey also found that 60 percent of people hadn’t seen a police officer in their street in the past year.
Of the 2,000 adults surveyed half claimed that when they had been a victim of crime the police did not attend their homes.
Donald Trump tells Theresa May immigration is “a very negative thing for Europe” [Video]
President Donald Trump said Friday that European leaders "better watch themselves" because immigration is "changing the culture" of their societies.
"I think it has been very bad, for Europe. ... I think what has happened is very tough. It's a very tough situation -- you see the same terror attacks that I do," Trump said at a news conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May outside of London.
"I just think it is changing the culture, I think it is a very negative thing for Europe," Trump said.
"I know it is politically not necessarily correct to say that, but I will say it and I will say it loud," Trump added.
The President warned that immigration was hurting Germany and other parts of Europe "very much," apparently referring to a wave of refugees who have entered Europe from shattered Syria and other unstable societies in the Middle East and North Africa.
"I think they better watch themselves because you are changing culture, you are changing a lot of things, you are changing security."
LONDON Mayor Sadiq Khan who once said terrorism was 'part and parcel' of living in a major city has faced a huge amount of criticism for not speaking out following the news that London’s death rate had overtaken that of New York for knife and gun crime.
Nick Ferrari, who was critical of Theresa May’s decision to “reign” back 'stop and search' during her time as Home Secretary also hit out at the mayor. [Video]
Nigel Farage told his LBC show on Monday night: “I never thought I would see the day when the murder rate in London would overtake that of New York.
“I wonder whether the London mayor Sadiq Khan should spend a bit less time slagging off Donald Trump and a bit more time getting to grips with crime in London because clearly, we have a real bad problem here.”