london riots

Labour's Steve Reed says marginalised communities are feeling 'pushed away' by divisive rhetoric
Report marking anniversary of social unrest says the problems then are far worse now
His mother, Pamela, was outraged at a 2014 inquest verdict that he was “lawfully killed”.
Are people being heard? Well we have rising inequality and between 10% and 30% of deaths after police contact are black men. Charles along with Edir Da Costa and Darren Cumberbatch are the most recent cases from the shocking statistics. And a perception that there still hasn't been any justice.
“It could definitely happen again. That feeling of suppression is still here, and it’s not going away,” explains Kurtis Henville
'If we do get justice it's going to be far, far away... in many, many years to come.'
“We will also be sending a message to those young people at Black Lives Matter to say, ‘don’t just live across the water
'There's something about us that puts fear into these peoples' hearts.'
Seduced into the streets in their thousands, fists raised in defiance, Brits were united - by events in America.  Within