Lib Dems recruit Pauline Pearce for Hackney Central by-election.
Holy Monday news.
Work by the LSE and Guardian into causes and effects.
Figures show less than 20% of those arrested were gang members, and instead point to a common thread of social deprivation.
77% of those polled by BBC London think the Met are doing a good job.
Wandsworth Council report finds only eight riot officers were available in the area and back-up took two hours to arrive.
Last month, he wrote an Open Letter To David Cameron's parents. Tonight, he's on stage at The Forgery Club.
The Financial Times and Guardian have been crunching the numbers, and come up with some unsurprising findings.
The carnival ends at 7pm. Or will it?
Could the Carnival be cancelled? We hope not...
Charged. Not convicted. Evicted.
Super Massive Raver gives us some Hamlet and Stevie Wonder as he takes a walk around his neighbourhood.
And other news related to the recent disturbances.
£50 million from City Hall for long-term investment, as a grassroots rebuilding initiative launches.
Minor skirmishes only, as London remains on alert for further violence.
Have you lost a Staffy?
Communities fight back and clean up.
London clubs together to reclaim the streets.
We don't need to tell you what happened last night. The thing to ask now is: what's to stop it happening again?
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