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After five days of riots many of Britain’s cities, Prime Minister David Cameron has said he is going to down on Britain’s gangs. He told the British parliament on Thursday: "The country has been shocked by the most appalling of people looting, violence, vandalising and thieving. It is criminality pure and . And there is absolutely no for it.” He assured the British : "We will not put up with this in our country. We will not allow a culture of to exist on our streets. And we will do whatever it takes to restore law and and to rebuild our communities.” Scenes of hooded youths attacking police, setting fire to buildings and smashing store windows have tarnished Britain’s abroad, which is a concern just one year before the 2012 London Olympics.

Mr Cameron outlined the various he could use to return stability to British . These include the use of the army to restore , all-night court hearings and giving police the to demand people remove face masks. He had a for the rioters, telling them: "To the lawless minority…I say this - We will track you down…we will charge you, we will you. You will pay for what you have done.” Cameron also targeted media in his fight against public disorder. He said he was looking at whether he could put limits or on sites like Twitter and Facebook or like BlackBerry Messenger that were used by rioters to coordinate this week’s chaos. The British leader said this technology was for “plotting violence, disorder and criminality”.

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
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