After Tunisia Attack, Cameron Moves To Curb Extremist Speech
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron is pushing for a crackdown on extremist speech following a mass shooting in Tunisia which killed British tourists.By Matt Picht | June 29, 2015
After a terrorist attack in Tunisia killed 38 people, 30 of whom are believed to be British citizens, combating international terrorism has shot to the top of British Prime Minister David Cameron's agenda.
Cameron told the House of Commons, "We must confront this evil with everything we have."
Cameron promised a "full-spectrum response" to the beach attack, vowing to combat the rising influence of Islamic extremism domestically and radical terrorist groups like ISIS overseas.