Prime Minister David Cameron blames the riots that shook Britain over the past 10 days on a "slow-motion moral collapse ... in parts of our country," he said Monday, as police arrested a new suspect linked with one of the deadliest incidents in the violence.
Cameron listed problems including "Irresponsibility. Selfishness. Behaving as if your choices have no consequences. Children without fathers. Schools without discipline. Reward without effort. Crime without punishment. Rights without responsibilities. Communities without control," in a speech in his constituency in Oxfordshire.
And he promised that the government will "review every aspect of our work to mend our broken society" in the coming weeks.
Thousands of people have been arrested and processed through courts working around the clock since violence erupted over the killing of a man in London during a police operation.FULL STORY