Tuesday, August 9, 2011

16,000 policemen to secure London

David Cameron has returned from vacation a hurry - and threatens the rampaging youths in London tough penalties. The number of police officers allows the Premier to increase massively, from 6,000 to 16,000. Because of the fighting could now work even decrease the water pressure in some neighborhoods.

London - There will be no mercy for the young criminals who make unsafe for days with severe riots, the British capital. Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron threatened severe punishment to the perpetrators: "You will feel the force of law," Cameron said on Tuesday in a brief statement.

If they are old enough to commit these crimes, they were old enough to atone for them. So far 450 rioters were arrested. There is still much to be expected more arrests. Cameron praised the previous work of the police, the forces were "brave" was. There are but "a lot more police officers on our streets" is needed, said Cameron.

The projected expansion of the security forces is massive: 16,000 policemen to secure, according to Cameron in the coming night, the British capital. In 6000 the previous night forces were deployed. Cameron was due to the violent riots that have now spread to other cities in the country, ended his vacation in Italy, and convened a meeting of the National Security Council.

For Thursday, the Prime Minister also took a special session of the Parliament in which he wants to make a statement. The police should be "robust" against rioters act The prime minister described the riots as "pure criminality". "We will do everything to restore order," Cameron said before the door of Number 10 Downing Street The police would act "tough" against the rioters.

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