Aug 14, 2011
Tensions have deepened in the UK between politicians and police over the recent street mayhem which saw more than one thousand six hundred arrests. David Cameron said the police made mistakes with the tactics. But top cops hit back, slamming the Prime Minister for claiming credit for quelling the rioters. Instead they said the return of the politicians from their holidays didn’t make any difference. In a move that’s only likely to add fuel to the flames, Cameron’s now turned to the advice of U.S. police chiefs, on how to tackle gang violence. Jeremy Corbyn from the UK Labour Party says there’s a whole list of measures currently on the table which will only make a bad situation worse.
This article was posted: Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 4:24 am