Groundbreaking research shows that extremist attackers are often united in their violent misogyny, whatever their ideology Thu 5 Aug 2021 09.00 EDT Last modified on Thu 5 Aug 2021 13.01 EDT Five years ago, I began to notice that the perpetrators of some of the worst terrorist attacks had something in common.
Respects paid to Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman at Fryent Park Family and friends of two murdered sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman have gathered at a vigil for what would have been Nicole’s 29th birthday. Large crowds lit candles and laid flowers at Fryent Country Park in Wembley on Tuesday evening (July 3) to honour all women lost to male violence.
Mina Smallman claims she 'spent 40 minutes with a journalist for 1 paragraph in a newspaper' about her daughters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman The Mum of Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman claims she spent 40 minutes talking to a journalist on Zoom for 'one paragraph in a newspaper'.
Crowds gathered in London’s Fryent Country Park last night (3 August) to lay flowers and light candles to remember sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman, who were murdered in an unprovoked attack last year. Over a year since Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry were stabbed to death in a brutal attack in London’s Fryent Country Park, large crowds gathered to remember the sisters on what would have been Nicole’s 29th birthday (3 August).
Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were murdered on June 6 last year by woman-hater Danyal Hussein at Fryent Country Park, Wembley, North London A "Reclaim the Streets" vigil is being held for two murdered sisters in a call to end violence against women.
Vigil to mark year since Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman's murder and 'other victims of male violence'
Sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were murdered by stranger Danyal Hussein in June last year Over a year has passed since sisters Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were murdered by 19-year-old Danyal Hussein in Fryent Country Park, north-west London . The attack took place on Friday 5 June last year after the women gathered with friends to celebrate Bibaa’s birthday.
In a year which saw the death of Sarah Everard, the home secretary has hailed “good progress” in tackling violence against women. Priti Patel has launched her latest strategy to combat this abuse – and lends a great deal of the release to patting Tory peers on the back for policies passed as far back as 2013.
This is a pivotal moment, and it will take much more than the Home Office’s proposals to bring about lasting change Fri 23 Jul 2021 11.02 EDT Last modified on Fri 23 Jul 2021 12.03 EDT After the shocking murders of Sarah Everard, Bibaa Henry, Nicole Smallman and many other women in the past year, the government has finally published its latest strategy to prevent violence against women and girls.
This year, violence against women and girls in the UK has been under the spotlight like never before. Sometimes it's been for good reasons, like the Domestic Abuse Act finally becoming law, bringing greater support and protection for those whose lives are shattered by violence at home.