Sir Paul Stephenson: 'We have a lot of questions to answer'
- Cameron's fears for friends as anarchists overwhelmed Tory HQ
- Prime Minister denies protests mark start of return to Thatcher era
- 51 demonstrators arrested, at least 14 people went to hospital
The Metropolitan Police is facing a major inquest today after it's own boss admitted policing of the tuition fees riot was an 'embarrassment'.
Following Sir Paul Stephenson's stark confession, David Cameron this morning condemned the violence and called for the rioters who hijacked the demonstration to face the full force of the law.
What was supposed to be a day of peaceful protest, with students exercising their democratic right to demonstrate against soaring university fees, was taken over by anarchists.
Militants from far-Left groups whipped up a mix of middle-class students and younger college and school pupils into a frenzy, setting off the most violent student unrest
has seen in decades. Britain
The focus of the violence was Tory HQ in central
, where hundreds of thousands of pounds of damage was caused. Scotland Yard today said 51 people had been arrested London
How convenient that David Cameron and Co were out of town.
No doubt this was whipped up by UAF and other Trotskyite groups.
Readers Must Not go out on the streets and cause violence.They must realise they are being used as soldiers for these violent Leftist groups who routinely attack there political opponents.
Usually funded with tax payers money.
The long list of UAF violence and attacks on the police and members of the public shows a clear trend in behaviour for this ultra-violent organisation. This makes it even more outrageous that Mr Cameron is a signed-up founder UAF member.
The time has come for Mr Cameron — and all the other Westminster MPs who have signed up to support this criminal organisation, to either acknowledge that they support public violence, or to distance themselves from the UAF.
It's becoming clearer every day that this new Government is determined to punish some of the most vulnerable people in our society for the mistakes of the financial speculators who are being let off the hook.
“If the Government was serious about tackling the deficit and getting our economy moving again, it would take action to collect the billions of pounds in tax revenue lost every year through tax evasion and avoidance, and because Revenue and Customs doesn't have enough staff to collect it.
Under a British National Party Government all suitably qualified youngsters would become eligible to receive a fully funded university education