He seems the timid type. But a lot of info in that video was important. Not so much for people like me, but for the hordes of simple minded Sikhs who've forgotten just how racist england was for Sikhs not long ago. And those who've been mentally conditioned to view their own ancestor's subjugation under colonialism with nostalgia.
I read a book of his a while ago (Boy with a top knot), which was written very well, but even in there he seemed to struggle with exalting goray (or at least goreaan). He seems to be struggling with that. Or it could be that his eyes have opened of late. I think a lot of brothers and sisters in the UK have woken up recently, the reality of how the state and it's machinery have been obfuscating grooming for many decades (essentially colluding in feeding vulnerable girls to the worse predators) , and finally realising that Sikh human rights issues (like 'disappearances' and 1984) are a non-issue for the UK, also seeing how differently Sikhs are politically treated compared to others (Jaggi Johal). There's like an awakening by asleep people.
obviously you haven't read about the level of geoengineering that these fools in government have been doing , plus burning hundreds of tonnes of fuel at high altitude will also reduce oxygen and imbalance gases too, creating acidic byproducts which will fall to earth for months destroing plantlife on land and seas
What can be done?
The whole country agrees with what happened is beyond cruelty and they are too liberals now and do not believe in such hatred ideology (colonial mindset). While south of their border US is total different story and they need a big change.