Prime Minister David Cameron said protesters who disagree with a court ruling that Mark Duggan, whose shooting by police sparked riots across England in 2011, was lawfully killed should respect the rule of law.
Research In Motion Ltd.’s BlackBerry has become indispensable among executives for its easy-to-use messaging service. That same feature is attracting looters in Britain’s worst rioting since the 1980s.
The Barack Obama administration should be commended for delaying implementation of the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act. The delay won’t do much damage -- other than perhaps symbolically -- to the effort to expand insurance coverage, and it allows the administration to focus on more pressing issues in carrying out the law.
Home Secretary Theresa May ordered the cancelation of all police leave to counter the threat of further rioting across England after Prime Minister David Cameron said his government had started a “fightback.”
Police deployed extra forces on the streets of London to prevent a fourth night of unrest after 563 people were arrested in Britain’s worst rioting since the 1980s. Prime Minister David Cameron recalled Parliament. There was further violence tonight outside the capital.
London’s Metropolitan Police have endured three decades during which they’ve been accused of institutional racism and inappropriate use of force. Yesterday Londoners said they weren’t being aggressive enough in quelling riots across the city.
Zurich Financial Services AG, the U.K.’s second-biggest commercial property insurer, defended itself against claims it left customers destitute three months after the worst London riots since the 1980s.