UK's Sunak warns of threats to democracy


British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has expressed concern over a rise in extremism and criminal activity, warning that it poses a threat to the country's achievements in fostering a multi-ethnic,

multi-faith democracy.

Speaking from his Downing Street office late on Friday, Sunak addressed the recent surge in extremist disruption and criminality, describing it as "shocking."

"In recent weeks and months, we've seen a shocking increase in extremist disruption and criminality," Sunak remarked. "We are a country where we love our neighbors, and we are building Britain together. But I fear that our great achievement in building the world's most successful multi-ethnic multi-faith democracy is being deliberately undermined." Photo by HM Treasury, Wikimedia commons.

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