The Wall Street Journal
By ALISTAIR MACDONALD
LONDON—Prime Minister David Cameron sought to bolster his law-and-order credentials Monday with a speech promising a root and branch review of all government policy to tackle the "slow-motion moral collapse" he believes led to the U.K.'s worst rioting in decades.
Mr. Cameron faces many obstacles in turning round what he described as "broken
"—including his government's cuts to police forces, and divisions between the police and government that have erupted since the unrest. Britain