PM Sunak held a high-level meeting on security after Palestinian supporters demonstrated in the streets of London during the Israel-Hamas war. In which there are preparations to change the laws regarding the security of Britain.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak called a high-level security meeting at 10 Downing Street in London. The Israel-Hamas war, street demonstrations, and Britain’s domestic security issues were discussed in the meeting. This briefing took place at a time when there was a war going on between Israel and Hamas. Britain’s Home Minister Suella Braverman was also present in this meeting. Demonstrations also took place in the streets of Britain following the Hamas–Israel war, leading to nine arrests.
Education Minister Robert Haughton, who was present at the meeting, said that British citizens should remain safe from the threat of terrorism. Our government has always been committed to this. Before this meeting, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley had called for strict laws to deal with extremism on the streets of Britain. Anti-Semitic incidents have increased 14-fold in the country since the crisis erupted in the Middle East three weeks ago, according to the Metropolitan Police.
If sources are to be believed, the British government is preparing to deal with some Palestinian supporters in the country. For which tightening of terrorism-related laws is being considered. In the meeting, Home Minister Braverman questioned the lack of strict police action against such incidents. Police cautioned that the law against such cases has not been fully defined. Regarding which now the Sunak government is going to take strict steps regarding changes in the laws.