Cameron Mourns ‘Moral Collapse’

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Prime Minister David Cameron has called for an end to the four days of rioting that have left five dead, thousands facing criminal charges, and at least $350 million in property losses. The prime minister said he believed his country was facing a “moral collapse.” His senior ministers will reportedly spend the next few weeks formulating policies to help build a "stronger society." "This has been a wake-up call for our country. Social problems that have been festering for decades have exploded in our face," Cameron said in remarks planned for his Monday-morning speech.