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.Notting Hill Carnival is an annual event which since 1966 has taken place on the streets of Notting Hill, London, UK each August, over two days (the August bank holiday Monday and the day beforehand).^ Get ready for the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend!
  • Notting Hill Blog: Get ready for the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend! 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.thehill.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ Notting Hill Carnival Hotels, London presented by: .
  • Notting Hill Carnival Hotels in London - Hotels near Notting Hill Carnival with Discounts 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.hotel-assist.com [Source type: General]

^ Notting Hill Carnival 2007 .
  • Notting Hill Carnival 2007 | Metro.co.uk 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.metro.co.uk [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[1] .It is led by members of the Trinidad and Tobago (Trini) Caribbean population, many of whom have lived in the area since the 1950s.^ It is led by members of the Caribbean population, many of whom have lived in the area since the 1950s.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Notting Hill Carnival was initiated by London's immigration population from the Caribbean, particularly from Trinidad.
  • Notting Hill Carnival 2008 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC golondon.about.com [Source type: General]
  • Notting Hill Carnival 2009 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC golondon.about.com [Source type: General]

^ It was the inspiration of black immigrants from the Caribbean, particularly from Trinidad, where a great pre-Lenten carnival has been held for many decades.
  • Notting Hill Carnival - MSN Encarta 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC uk.encarta.msn.com [Source type: General]

.The carnival has attracted up to 2 million people in the past, making it the second largest street festival in the world[2] after the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival held in that country.^ The carnival has attracted up to 2 million people in the past, making it the second largest street festival in the world after Rio.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The popular two-day festival held over the August public holiday weekend attracted a crowd of 1.5 million people from all over the world.
  • Notting Hill Carnival in Jeopardy? 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.caribvoice.org [Source type: News]

^ Europe's biggest street party with up to a million people expected to descend on the streets of Notting Hill over the weekend.

[3]

Contents

History

Young girl parading on Westbourne Grove in 2009
The roots of Carnival come from two separate but connected strands. .Carnival began in January 1959 in St Pancras Town Hall as a response to the depressing state of race relations at the time; the UK's first widespread racial attacks (the Notting Hill race riots) had occurred the previous year.^ [Notting Hill Carnival] was begun in the 1960s by West Indian immigrants in response to area race riots.
  • London, England, Notting Hill Carnival, 1999, Photo of the Day, Picture, Photography, Wallpapers - National Geographic 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC photography.nationalgeographic.com [Source type: General]

^ Left, dancers perform during this year's Notting Hill Carnival .

^ Notting Hill Carnival 2006.
  • UK British Elections 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 London Local European Elections 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.seanbryson.com [Source type: News]

.This carnival organised by Claudia Jones (a "Trini") who is widely recognised as 'the Mother of Notting Hill Carnival', was a huge success, despite being held indoors.^ Get ready for the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend!
  • Notting Hill Blog: Get ready for the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend! 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.thehill.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ Steel band's success at Notting Hill Carnival .

^ The prime movers were Rhaune Laslett, who was not aware of the indoor events when she first raised the idea, and Claudia Jones, who is widely recognised as ‘the Mother of Notting Hill Carnival’.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The London Free School inspired festival was the first organised outside event in August 1966. The prime mover was Rhaune Laslett,[4] who was not aware of the indoor events when she first raised the idea.^ The prime movers were Rhaune Laslett, who was not aware of the indoor events when she first raised the idea, and Claudia Jones, who is widely recognised as ‘the Mother of Notting Hill Carnival’.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Notting Hill Carnival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Notting Hill Carnival is an annual event which since 1965 has taken place on the streets of Notting Hill, London, UK each August, over two days (the August bank holiday Monday and ...
  • Notting Hill Carnival - MSN Encarta 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC uk.encarta.msn.com [Source type: General]

^ Notting Hill Carnival, the largest festival celebration of its kind in Europe, is held each August since 1966.
  • Notting Hill Carnival 2009 - recommendations at oneview.com 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.oneview.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.This was a more diverse Notting Hill event to promote cultural unity but overlapping with earlier events by the involvement of Russ Henderson's steel band who had played at the earlier Claudia Jones events.^ Steel band's success at Notting Hill Carnival .

^ Hopefully, the true flavour of Carnival should be more obvious this year, as the Notting Hill Carnival Trust is to ban from the route all the purely commercial/promotional trucks and anything not associated with a mas band.
  • Notting Hill Carnival, 2001 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.hoary.org [Source type: General]

^ The prime movers were Rhaune Laslett, who was not aware of the indoor events when she first raised the idea, and Claudia Jones, who is widely recognised as ‘the Mother of Notting Hill Carnival’.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[5]
.By 1976, the event had become definitely Caribbean in flavour, with around 150,000 people attending.^ By 1976, the event had become definitely Caribbean in flavour, with around 150,000 people attending.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Over than 200,000 people attended the carnival on Sunday for the children’s parade.
  • Huge crowds celebrate London’s Notting Hill carnival | Immigration Matters 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.immigrationmatters.co.uk [Source type: News]

^ A total of 200,000 people enjoyed the events that run a course of almost four mile around the streets of London and while the rest of the UK was having rain the sun shone on London during the festivities.
  • Arrest made at the Notting Hill Carnival 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC news.carrentals.co.uk [Source type: News]

.However, in that year and several subsequent years, Carnival was marred by riots, in which predominantly Caribbean youths fought with police — a target due to the continuous harassment the population felt they were under.^ However, in that year and several subsequent years, Carnival was marred by riots, in which predominantly Caribbean youths fought with police — a target due to the continuous harassment the population felt they were under.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Since the carnival did not have local authority permission, initial police involvement was aimed at preventing it taking place at all, which resulted in regular confrontation and riots.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I am not saying that these Asian youths were far-left but had they not been in attendance and the Right-Wingers had been allowed to march, there would have been no trouble for the Police.
  • Why the news blackout? in The AnswerBank: News 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.theanswerbank.co.uk [Source type: General]

.[6] During this period, there was considerable coverage of the disorder in the press, which some felt took an unfairly negative and one-sided view of Carnival.^ During this period, there was considerable coverage of the disorder in the press, which some felt took an unfairly negative and one-sided view of Carnival.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ This float's set to be one of the best Notting Hill Carnival sound systems, so get your ears down there and shake that booty.
  • Notting Hill Carnival Sound Systems – Sound Systems at Notting Hill Carnival 2009 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.viewlondon.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ At 4pm there had been 98 arrests over the carnival period, whereas last year there were 168 arrests on the Monday alone.
  • Millions flock to Notting Hill Carnival | Mail Online 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.dailymail.co.uk [Source type: General]

.For a while it looked as if the event would be banned.^ For a while it looked as if the event would be banned.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Prince Charles was one of the few establishment figures who supported the event.^ Prince Charles was one of the few establishment figures who supported the event.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The few individuals who owned 50 or more slaves were confined to the top one percent, and have been defined as slave magnates.
  • NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL 2008.Carnival has it's Origins in the abolition of Slavery by Britain 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.carnival2.bravehost.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.In recent years, the event has been much freer from serious trouble and is generally viewed very positively by the authorities as a dynamic celebration of London's multi-cultural diversity, though dominated by the Caribbean culture in the best traditions of Rio.^ In recent years, the event has been much freer from serious trouble and is generally viewed very positively by the authorities as a dynamic celebration of London’s multi-cultural diversity, though dominated by the Caribbean culture in the best traditions of Rio.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ "The historic event highlights the best of Caribbean culture and the contribution that Caribbean Londoners have made.
  • Preparations underway for Notting Hill Carnival - Communities - Marylebone & Paddington 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC marylebone.londoninformer.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ The Carnival began in the 1950s in response to deteriorating race relations, and has been based in Notting Hill since 1964, a chance for London's Afro-Caribbean communities to celebrate their culture and traditions.
  • London sambas to Notting Hill Carnival beat | World | News.com.au 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.news.com.au [Source type: News]

.However, there has been controversy over the public safety aspects of holding such a well-attended event in narrow streets in a small area of London.^ However, there has been controversy over the public safety aspects of holding such a well-attended event in narrow streets in a small area of London.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ For a more pleasant experience, try one of the many independent shops and cafes that open their lavatories to the public for a small fee.  Safety: As with any event of this scale, thefts do occur.
  • Notting Hill Carnival survival guide - Travel tips and inspiration - British Airways High Life 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.bahighlife.com [Source type: News]

^ Whilst the over the top policing of the event last year was almost unbearable at times, this is still London's biggest free party and well worth a visit.

.Concerns about the size of the event resulted in London's former Mayor, Ken Livingstone, setting up a Carnival Review Group to look into "formulating guidelines to safeguard the future of the Carnival"[7].^ Concerns about the size of the event resulted in London’s former Mayor, Ken Livingstone, setting up a Carnival Review Group to look into “formulating guidelines to safeguard the future of the Carnival”.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ A report by the London Development Agency on the 2002 Carnival estimated that the event contributes around £93 million to the London and UK economy.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The Review in 2000 by participants (but not local residents) resisted calls from the Mayor of London to resite the event in Hyde Park but led to the parades taking a circular rather than linear route.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.An interim report by the review resulted in a change to the route in 2002. When the full report was published in 2004, it recommended that Hyde Park be used as a "savannah"; though this move has attracted some concern that the Hyde Park event may overshadow the original street carnival.^ The Notting Hill Carnival takes place at the end of August and attracts over one million people, making it one of the largest street festivals in Europe.
  • itravelnet.com Travel Blog: Notting Hill Carnival - London 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.itravelnet.com [Source type: News]

^ As Europe's largest street festival, Notting Hill Carnival attracts an average of 1 million people every year - only rivalled by the world famous Carnival in Rio.
  • HOTELS NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL LONDON | a guide to hotel accommodation in London 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.london-hotels.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ As Europe's largest street party, Notting Hill Carnival attracts an average of 1 million people every year - only rivalled by the world famous Carnival in Rio.
  • Notting Hill Carnival in Bayswater London - London Events - London Hotels near Notting Hill Carnival 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.hotel-assist.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[8]
.In 2003, Carnival was run by a limited company, the Notting Hill Carnival Trust Ltd.^ Notting Hill Carnival 2007 .
  • Notting Hill Carnival 2007 | Metro.co.uk 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.metro.co.uk [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ In 2003, Carnival was run by a limited company, the Notting Hill Carnival Trust Ltd.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The Notting Hill Carnival 2007 Notting Hill Carnival 2008 - Notting Hill Carnival 2008 - Notting Hill Carnival 2008 - Notting Hill Carnival 2008 .
  • Racist Britain NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL 2008 - 2007 Abolition of Slavery in 1807 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.ukracism2.bravehost.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.A report by the London Development Agency on the 2002 Carnival estimated that the event contributes around £93 million to the London and UK economy.^ A report by the London Development Agency on the 2002 Carnival estimated that the event contributes around £93 million to the London and UK economy.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Specific investigations included the award-winning Intelligent Space study into crowd safety at the event and the London Development Agency report, which showed that Carnival is worth around £93 million to the economy.
  • NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL 2008.Carnival has it's Origins in the abolition of Slavery by Britain 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.carnival2.bravehost.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Graham Hitchen, Head of Creative Sectors for the London Development Agency said: “Carnival is one of Europe’s most spectacular tourist attractions and brings both visitors and businesses to London as well as contributing up to £93m each year to the capital’s economy.
  • NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL 2008.Carnival has it's Origins in the abolition of Slavery by Britain 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.carnival2.bravehost.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.In 2005, entrants from Notting Hill Carnival participated in the Bridgwater, Somerset, carnival - Europe's largest lighted carnival and part of the West Country Carnival circuit.^ Get ready for the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend!
  • Notting Hill Blog: Get ready for the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend! 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.thehill.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ The Notting Hill Carnival 2007 Notting Hill Carnival 2008 - Notting Hill Carnival 2008 - Notting Hill Carnival 2008 - Notting Hill Carnival 2008 .
  • Racist Britain NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL 2008 - 2007 Abolition of Slavery in 1807 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.ukracism2.bravehost.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Notting Hill Carnival 2003 .
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  • Racist Britain NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL 2008 - 2007 Abolition of Slavery in 1807 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.ukracism2.bravehost.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Attendance figures

Approximately 1 million people attend the Notting Hill Carnival each year.
  • 2009 - 720,000 BBC report
  • 2008 - 850,000 BBC report
  • 2007 - 850,000 (250,000 Sunday | 600,000 Monday)[9]
  • 2006 - 1,000,000 (500,000 Sunday | 500,000 Monday) organizers / 800,000 (300,000 Sun | 500,000 Mon) authorities[10]
  • 2005 - 750,000
  • 2004 - 750,000
  • 2003 - 600,000
  • 2002 - 1,400,000
  • 2001 - 1,250,000
  • 2000 - 1,500,000
  • 1999 - 1,400,000
  • 1998 - 1,150,000
  • 1997 - 1,300,000
  • 1996 - 1,000,000
Main Source (1996-2005):[11]

Public order

.Since the carnival did not have local authority permission, initial police involvement was aimed at preventing it taking place at all, which resulted in regular confrontation and riots.^ Since the carnival did not have local authority permission, initial police involvement was aimed at preventing it taking place at all, which resulted in regular confrontation and riots.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ A change of policy came after a confrontation in 1987, which saw a change to allowing the Carnival to take place with police taking a more conciliatory approach.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Notting Hill Carnival has been taking place in London every year since 1964.
  • Notting Hill Carnival 2008 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC golondon.about.com [Source type: General]

.A change of policy came after a confrontation in 1987, which saw a change to allowing the Carnival to take place with police taking a more conciliatory approach.^ A change of policy came after a confrontation in 1987, which saw a change to allowing the Carnival to take place with police taking a more conciliatory approach.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The Notting Hill Carnival takes place at the end of August and attracts over one million people, making it one of the largest street festivals in Europe.
  • itravelnet.com Travel Blog: Notting Hill Carnival - London 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.itravelnet.com [Source type: News]

^ Since the carnival did not have local authority permission, initial police involvement was aimed at preventing it taking place at all, which resulted in regular confrontation and riots.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.During the 2000 Carnival, two men were murdered and future policing, whilst conciliatory, has led to police deployment in large numbers - upwards of 11,000. Some of the crime associated has been displaced to the periphery.^ During the 2000 Carnival, two men were murdered and future policing, whilst conciliatory, has led to police deployment in large numbers - upwards of 11,000.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Some of the crime associated has been displaced to the periphery.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ A change of policy came after a confrontation in 1987, which saw a change to allowing the Carnival to take place with police taking a more conciliatory approach.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.In 2007, two teenagers were shot just outside the Carnival area.^ In 2007, two teenagers were shot just outside the Carnival area.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The Review in 2000 by participants (but not local residents) resisted calls from the Mayor of London to resite the event in Hyde Park but led to the parades taking a circular rather than linear route.^ The Review in 2000 by participants (but not local residents) resisted calls from the Mayor of London to resite the event in Hyde Park but led to the parades taking a circular rather than linear route.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Concerns about the size of the event resulted in London’s former Mayor, Ken Livingstone, setting up a Carnival Review Group to look into “formulating guidelines to safeguard the future of the Carnival”.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The explosion in size has raised questions about public safety in recent years and the Mayor of London's review two years ago recommended extending the route to ease congestion.
  • The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health - EHP - Notting Hill Carnival 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.cieh.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The 2008 Carnival was marred by rioting right at the very end of the weekend, involving large numbers of youths and injuries to police.^ The 2008 Carnival violence erupt at the end of the Carnival between police and a large number of black youths.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ However, in that year and several subsequent years, Carnival was marred by riots, in which predominantly Caribbean youths fought with police — a target due to the continuous harassment the population felt they were under.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ During the 2000 Carnival, two men were murdered and future policing, whilst conciliatory, has led to police deployment in large numbers - upwards of 11,000.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Some media outlets captured footage of the violence - [1], approximately 500 youths were arrested. .The carnival has come under criticism for its cost to the London taxpayer as the cost for policing the event totalled over £6,000,000, however, it is argued that this should be put into context as the carnival is estimated to bring in approximately £93,000,000 into the local economy.^ The carnival has come under criticism for its cost to the London tax payer as the cost for policing the event totalled over £6,000,000.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ However, in that year and several subsequent years, Carnival was marred by riots, in which predominantly Caribbean youths fought with police — a target due to the continuous harassment the population felt they were under.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Concerns about the size of the event resulted in London’s former Mayor, Ken Livingstone, setting up a Carnival Review Group to look into “formulating guidelines to safeguard the future of the Carnival”.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[12]
Five murders have taken place since 1987:
.30 August 1987 - Michael Augustine Galvin, 23, stallholder - stabbed.^ August 1987 - Michael Augustine Galvin, 23, white stallholder - stabbed.
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[13]
26 August 1991 - Dr. Nicholas John Hanscomb, 38, bled to death after being stabbed in the thigh.[14]
.28 August 2000 - Greg Fitzgerald Watson, 21, stabbed to death after an argument over food.^ August 2000 - Greg Fitzgerald Watson, 21, black, stabbed to death after an argument over food.
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^ August 1991 - Dr. Nicholas John Hanscomb, 38, white supporter of a religious group, bled to death after being stabbed in the thigh.
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^ August 2000 - Abdul Munam Bhatti, 28, Pakistani, beaten to death in a racially motivated attack by a group of 40-50 youths, who were primarily black males.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[15]
.28 August 2000 - Abdul Munam Bhatti, 28, beaten to death in a racially motivated attack by a group of 40-50 youths.^ August 2000 - Abdul Munam Bhatti, 28, Pakistani, beaten to death in a racially motivated attack by a group of 40-50 youths, who were primarily black males.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ August 2000 - Greg Fitzgerald Watson, 21, black, stabbed to death after an argument over food.
  • Notting Hill carnival - Magazine 13 15 September 2009 9:21 UTC www.magazine13.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[16]
30 August 2004 - Lee Christopher Surbaran, 27, shot by a gang using a machine pistol for "showing disrespect".[17]

See also

Gallery

References

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Citable sentences

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