Once again the UK parliamentarians get to grips with the causes of knife crime among teenagers. You've no need to guess that video games are trotted out front and centre of the parade of shame.
First up, Chris Grayling (Shadow Home Secretary, Home Affairs; Epsom & Ewell, Conservative) who kicks of with some apparently sensible information, "In most cases for most children, playing a violent video game is not going to turn them into a knife-wielding troublemaker..." before succumbing to the pretence of fact with "but for some it clearly can." Clearly? Is there any evidence of this? Of course not.