Now the dust has settled after the riots(at least for now),what changes need to take place?. From the standpoint of the law,I would advocate the following, Benefits,all claimants will at the commencement of any claim be made aware that in the event of any arrest said claim will be suspended and upon conviction said claim terminated. Public housing,same as above,tenants will sign a contract which calls for the eviction of tenants upun any conviction. Legal aid,criminal cases will no longer be funded by the taxpayer. Prison,with very few exeptions,maximum terms will be handed down of which at least 80% of the term of the sentence will be served.The luxuary element of prisons will be eliminated.Hard-core prisoners will be tramsferred to a new prison complex to be built in South Georgia. Long term unemployment,especially of those who are deemed to be workshy,the establishment of the workhouse system abolished in the 1930s will be used to cure this problem. Human Rights Act,abolished. European Court of Human Rights,in future ignored and this insitiution will have no inflence over British law. Police,the sacking forwith of so-called 'namby-pamby' chief Constables and replacement by hard-line officers.The Singapore model of law-enforcement will be followed. Anyone like to add to the above?. Without radical change,Britain faces a grim future,so the old ways of perpetual benefits and soft laws when dealing with the vile benefit scrounging chavscum element is no longer an option.