Disabled hate crimes rise in London


The number of disabled Londoners suffering hate crime has more than tripled in the past five years.

A Freedom Of Information (FOI) request to the Metropolitan Police showed there were 130 reported cases last year, compared to 40 in 2005.

Sarah Harris talks to one victim of crime, Kevin Sweeney, who took on his tormentors.

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