A century ago the murder of a British soldier in broad daylight in London would have been an act of war. In this post-imperial and post-everything age, an atrocity leads to a task force which produces a report which is then filed in a desk drawer by the undersecretary for something or other.
Like clockwork, the murder of Lee Rigby led to a task force and to a report. The report is 7 pages long. It's possible to read it in much less than the twenty minutes that it took London police to respond to the murder in progress. You could even get through it a few times in real time while a Muslim convert who describes himself as a soldier of Allah saws away at a fallen Englishman's head with no one to stop him.
There is a thing that organizations say when they know that they are hip deep in a crisis. They say that "we are taking this seriously."