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The drive to gain respect among members means that inter-gang violence is ruthless, revenge escalates quickly, and young people are dying on the streets. There are many reasons why teenagers join gangs.
Channel 5 documentary Inside The Gang reveals chilling life of masked thugs brandishing machetes, guns and cocaine on Britain’s streets. A UNIQUE documentary is promising to give an insight into the chilling life of British gangs. Inside the Gang: Young Blood is due to air on Channel Five on Monday.
Channel 5’s Inside The Gang – Gangsta girls lift lid on street life. There are no rules to the road. Drug dealers can rob drug dealers. It’s just the way of the world.” She added: “The need for money is driving a lot of these people to do things that they wouldn’t necessarily do.” Nottingham girls Katie and Sarah, both just 16, earn money by hiding weapons such as guns and knives.
Channel 5’s documentary Inside The Gang exposes London street brutality and gun crime.
Inside the Gang, Channel 5. By Andrew Parkin 2017-05-15T17:42:00. Showing the true diversity of gang culture. Showing the true diversity of gang culture. Sign in or subscribe for access.
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Inside The Gang is a TV show on British national television from Channel 5 with an average rating of 4.2 stars by TelevisionCatchUp.co.uk’s visitors.
Inside the Gang: Young Blood, which will air on Channel 5 on Monday, gives a unique insight into the chilling life of Britain’s gangs Channel 5 Images from the trailer show chilling images of
Since Channel 5 released their documentary; ‘Inside the Gang’ it has been met with outrage, and here’s why. The documentary is meant to investigate gang culture in London but only worked to reinforce negative stereotypes of black youth and glamourise the gang world.
Gang culture is a major part of London that many people rarely see, and its notoriously near-impossible to capture on film. However, Channel 5 are attempting it in a ground-breaking new documentary.