In order for the community to be strong, they must unite in following the Qur’aan and Sunnah and the understanding of the salaf (early generations) of this ummah, so that they can refer to infallible sources to judge between them in cases of dispute. The Muslims should support one another, so that a Muslim helps his brother and the one who is obedient to Allaah gives advice to one who is falling short. The Muslim must know who are the enemies of Islam so that he can disavow himself of them clearly.
The Muslims should form a sharee’ah council to which they can refer to resolve disputes and seek their rights as granted by sharee’ah, and to supervise the Muslims in their education and activities, and to check that their food and drink is halaal and that their dead are washed and buried in accordance with sharee’ah, and other things that they need.
A strong community should have certain basic attributes, and we have mentioned the most important of them.
We ask Allaah to guide the Muslims everywhere and enable them to form a single, united ummah.
We do not know exactly what the situation is in Britain or what problems the community is facing there. You could contact the scholars or Islamic institutions there to find out the situation of the Muslims and their weak points. Then we could try to help solve them to the best of our ability.