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Prince Charles wades into knife crime debate and 'deeds of darkness' on streetsPrince Charles has spoken of his horror over the “brut

al deeds” of knife crime and said those res

ponsible “need to face up

to their crimes through being brought to justice”. In a candid assessment of Britain’s knife crime epidemic, the Prince of Wales issued a strong plea to stop the “terrible deeds of darkness” occurring on our streets. The heir, 70, is working with his son Prince Harry to listen to the victims

of knife crime and their families. He labelled it a “pervasive horror” and spoke of the “humbling experience” of meeting and talking to people “who have suffered the most terrible per

sonal tragedies”. In an Easter Message published in The Daily Telegraph on Good Friday

, he speaks of the power of redemption and forgiveness, and the hope that comes through faith. The prince has called for those respon北京赛车质是那几个数 sible to face up

to their crimes (Image: Getty Images) Read MoreRelated ArticlesStoke Newington stabbing: Man, 30s, knifed to death in 38th murder in London this year Saying “there are times when it can feel as if the light has gone out of the world and darkness reigns, the Prince, who will one day be head of the Church of England, says: “Easter gives us hope.” “Throughout my own life, it has been a humbling experience to meet and to listen to people who have suffered the most terrible personal tragedies,” he writes. “The way they have grieved and turned their grief into action to help others in the most extraordinary way is an example of the light overcoming the darkness. Some 26 people have died from stab wounds so far this year in London alone. Charles, who will one day be he

ad of the Church of England, added: “Recently, Prince Harry and I brought together some of those w

ho have been affected by knife crime to see what more could be done to tackle this pervasive horror. “Listening to those who have suffered from such attacks filled us both with immense sadness. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now “But their remarkable determination to move forward and address the causes of such crime and to find solutions was, for me, yet another example of the light shining in the darkness.” He adds: “Of course, those who commit such brutal deeds need to face up to their crimes through being brought to justice. “However, very often it is not the punishment that brings them to their senses and changes them, but rather the extraordinary power of the forgiveness from those they have hurt.” He also hailed the survivors of a terror attack on a mosque in New Zealand last month where 50

Muslims were gunned down in mosques for their dignified response. The Prince added: “It encourages us to look for and to celebrate those moments in our own lives and in our own communities when we see the light overcoming the darkness.”