Donald trumps comments about London being radicalised have been vindicated by members of the Metropolitan police. A Met police officer said “Islamification” is not new, and that it is not just London that has a problem." The officer continued,"When I was a teenage lad in Burnley there were no go white areas. This IS the case still nationally...including London where you have to have extra vigilance in certain parts when you are working". A second officer told LBC radio that their bosses had told officers not to wear uniforms in some parts of the capital. “There has been a time when it’s been advised not to wear half-blues or uniform to and from work. It's like damage limitation. You try to do the most you can to prevent anything bad from happening. And if that means taking measures to not identify yourself off-duty too much then so be it." Following Donald Trump's comments Metropolitan police bosses issued a statement which included the comments: Any candidate for the presidential election in the United States of America is welcome to receive a briefing from the Met police on the reality of policing London." It seems they won't be fascistically calling for him to be banned. However the comments are seen as a wide difference between police leadership who want to appear as being in control and the ordinary beat police officers on the experience of real life on the streets. The Chief Inspector of Constabulary told the Times newspaper in 2014 of communities who would never involve the police in anything ever: "There are some communities born under other skies who will not involve the police at all...I am reluctant to name the communities in question but there are communities from other cultures who would prefer to police themselves. There are cities in the Midlands where the police never go because they are never called. They never hear of any trouble because the community deals with that on its own...They just have their own form of community justice." His careful comments have been seen as a public relations exercise on behalf of the police leadership. Breitbart London understands that while police don’t “refuse” to go into areas, they are increasingly concerned about entering some areas – a trend that is reflected across the European continent. One close-protection security expert told Breitbart London earlier today: “You have to be more vigilant in some areas than others due to demographics and radicalisation. Absolutely, without question. Anybody that states otherwise would be burying their head in the sand and ignoring the reality”.