Posted Jun 7, 2017 by Martin Armstrong
“The British response to terrorism has to change,” said Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday in a speech after the new attacks in London. She said: “There is, to be honest, far too much tolerance of extremism in our society.” PM May made her announcement at 10 Downing Street making it clear: “When it comes to overcoming extremism and terrorism, things have to change.” She announced potential changes to anti-terrorism laws. She further made it clear: “We can not give this ideology the safe space it needs to breed – but that’s exactly what the internet and the big companies that provide internet-based services provide. We must work with Allied democratic governments to reach international agreements to regulate the cyberspace to prevent the spread of extremism and terrorism planning.”
May could very well achieve a 64 seat majority according to the polls. But we asked our computer to do a What-If forecast if Corbyn won the election for Labour. This would probably be the best short in a very long time.
Tags: attacks in London, Britain, Theresa May