@MajorRage Good questions. It was more of a reflection on how messed up things are but thinking hypothetically if I were king of Britain:
As Baron mentioned allowing speech would be a big help. That would mean resolving that existing law that puts people in prison for telling a bad joke. Having the police bust into a family home to arrest a 15 year old and put him on a deradicalisation course for posting a factually accurate, funny, but offensive meme only has a bad outcome for society. Stop blasphamy laws in their tracks.
It's authoritarian but I don't see any other way around this, face coverings need to be banned in public areas. British culture relies on face to face conversations and it is just another barrier to integration. In addition on top of the masked up antifa type groups we are also now seeing acid attacks by people dressed up in burkas.
There needs to be a campaign talking about the amazing things about British culture and history. Almost no one, certainly not students, even have a clue that Britain actually at their own cost put an end to world wide slavery.
There needs to be an investigation into mosque and Islamic school funding and those that are being sponsored by foreign countries, particularly those of an extremist sect, need to have their funding halted, totally fine to self fund. It took well over a year for any mainstream investigation into the mosque associated with the Manchester attack. TR revealed their extremist links within a couple weeks.
Britain needs out of the EU and fast. These delays undermine the concept of Britain being a democracy. Britain needs both total control of its borders and also its laws. There also needs to be immigration reform, numbers coming in are unsustainable, they also need to ensure those coming in are culturally compatible with British values. Preference should go to English speakers from commonwealth countries. I remember being shocked during my final citizenship interview at just how few people spoke English in the waiting room, the whole process was delayed hours because of the problems this gave staff. Migrants should also have a delay before they can access NHS services, perhaps qualify as a resident first and to as part of your visa you should have to show evidence of purchased private health insurance. (Refugee policy will be seperate from this.)
There needs to be an investigation into Islamic radicalisation in the nation's prisons, UKIP put out a policy to address this, it may not be the best but at least they aren't burying their heads in the sand until even more people are radicalised and others massacred.
There needs to be prosecutions for police, social services and politicians who covered up, allowed and participated in the rape of thousands of working class children. It's great that the perpetrators are finally getting done but that is only half of the horrific crime that has been committed over the last 30 years.
There has been some discussions on BBC bias, I'm of the opinion that outside of a few exceptions the bias is rife. This needs to be investigated, BBC have a choice either resolve bias issues or lose government funding and go at it privately.
In relation to the freespeech business, scale back these well funded online police teams who are prioritising mean tweets over actual rape, murder and theft. Slap Khan over the back of the head and tell him to focus on his f'en job of stopping London becoming a shithole rather than playing world politics.
Scale back the lunacy of the British police and army. It's fine to support gay people but you don't need to dress up as clowns and you certainly should not be gyrating on street corners. Bring back meritocracy to the institutions. You should not be hired or promoted based on your skin colour, sexuality or religion. You also should not be on the front line in the police or military if you are 4ft 9inchs and cant do pullups or run around the block at a decent pace.
Apply the rule of law equally over all citizens. This means even if someone as apparently horrible as TR is assaulted you prosecute the bloke and not offer to be his taxi service. Police should also not be escorting hundreds of Islamic extremists to a council estate to attack British citizens..and if they do then heads should roll (figuratively speaking)
Free speech needs to be adequately separated from 'direct call to action and incitement to violence' these are illegal and people should be prosecuted even if they happen to be politicians, Guardian reporters or academics.
Female genital mutilation should be prosecuted, the fact that there has only been a single successful prosecution for thousands of cases is disgusting. I'm no fan of male mutilation either but one step at a time.
There needs to be an investigation into the teaching of radical gender theory in school curriculum. Kids shouldn't be expelled from high school for stating such hate facts as "there are 2 genders" and the sudden explosion in teens and preteens who need their bits cut off and made sterile for the sake of diversity seems to be more of reminiscent of child abuse than a societal good.
If social media is the new town square then the UK government needs to treat these giants as either platform's (who only need to take steps to ensure their content is legal) or publishers (where they can choose what content is allowed but can be held liable for it). Not just the best of both worlds. In addition pressure needs to be put on them to enforce their policies evenly. Ban 'white nationaists'? Sure fine but that means you also have to ban 'black nationalists' too. This very one sided social media policy has created echo chambers hidden away on alternative platforms, I've looked at some of the more moderate groups and we are talking about daily videos being shared of stabbings, beatings and rape..and you can guess what people will be stereotyping about the perpetrators. These folk for the most part are now isolated and won't be getting a fair perceptiom of society, you also have some pretty bad folk lurking keen to recruit
British values and culture are what helped create some of the most free, safest, stable, tolerant and wealthy countries in the world. By just upholding and prioritising these values a huge amount of wind would be taken out the sails of potential british extremists.
Anyway not well researched, probably full of holes and a whole lot easier to criticise than to put in place concrete solutions that don't have worse unintended consequences in the long run.