Britain to decentralize its NHS, but that's only a small step
While this is certainly something to appreciate, it's still small potatoes when you consider they're way behind in the war on Islamofascism. While a couple of countries in Europe are now trying to ban the burqa, for example, Britain for one still won't even try to do so, and two politicians in the now Tory-led government opposed any such ban, claiming it would be "un-British". Not only that, Damien Green, one of those fools, said:
he did not think that the French vote for a ban would have an impact on immigration into Britain, as Muslim women move here instead.Well look at that! They actually want any dropouts whom come over from France, isn't that something. They deserve them. By contrast, look at how Syria, of all places, has banned burqas at universities.
And even if burqas are banned in public services, there's still more that needs to be done, like cracking down on Muslim gang violence in public, and any crimes they commit against Jews and other non-Muslims. Banning the burqa is certainly an important step to dealing with that too though, so the sooner it can be dealt with, the more possible it will be to put a stop to gang violence.