Prime Minister Cameron talks tough to British society:
“We have been too unwilling for too long to talk about what is right and what is wrong. We have too often avoided saying what needs to be said – about everything from marriage to welfare to common courtesy,” he said.
He listed irresponsibility, selfishness, fatherless children, reward without effort, crime without punishment and behaving as if one’s choices have consequences as some of the problems contributing to a “slow-motion moral collapse.”
“What last week has shown is that this moral neutrality, this relativism – it’s not going to cut it anymore,” he stressed.
Cameron isn’t necessarily making friends by going on in this vein.