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This is BBC World News Today. Riots and the aftermath. More

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confrontation and looting, as London's troubles spread. We left

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the flat as the rioters were coming up the road and the buildings were

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on fire. We didn't see one policeman. And the fire engines

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couldn't be there because the police weren't there to protect

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them. There was nobody there to protect us. Fears persist of

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America and Europe are failing to manage their economic woes. The

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torture camps near Zimbabwe's diamond fields, the BBC speaks to

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former prisoners. And we look at the life of the fearless spy, Nancy

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Wake, who became a hero of the David Gill of hopers getting under

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way in north London about now. -- a Rich Hall of hope. Aimed at

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restoring a sense of calm and proportion after two nights of

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violence, and yet already this evening trouble has surfaced in

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another northern borough just to the east in Hackney. Right police

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confront of local youths this afternoon as they threw missiles

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and attacked shops, buses and other vehicles. This was the London

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borough of Hackney this evening. Youths clashing with the police,

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attacking squad cars and shop fronts. This is the third night of

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such scenes in the capital. In Tottenham, a flash point on

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Saturday night, they have barely recovered. This building housed 26

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families until rioters set fire to a carpet store beneath it in the

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early hours of Sunday morning. was just to get away from the

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burning building. Rosie lived there. Now homeless with nothing but her

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handbag and a few clothes, she today described the moment the

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residents fled for their lives. There was another neighbour trying

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to get out of the building. She was in such a panic. Then we got

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outside and I saw the building, there were flames going up the

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building. It was just black smoke coming billowing down from the

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corner of the high road. Two minutes longer in that building and

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we would have been dead. Today the deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg,

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was in Tottenham to hear first hand from residents and shopkeepers.

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They were angry. They told him they'd felt abandoned on Saturday

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night. Can I ask you, is this what is going to happen in England now

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because of cuts could? People's buildings burned and people made

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homeless? I don't think so. weren't we protected? The left the

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flat as the rioters were coming up the road and the buildings were on

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fire. We didn't see one police person. A on the fire engines went

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there because the police went there to protect them. On Sunday, even as

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the residents of Tottenham were counting the costs of the previous

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night's rioting, the violence had spread to Enfield, four miles away.

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This time the police were decisive. The violence did not escalate.

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Other parts of London were affected, too. In Brixton, shops were broken

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into. Police arrested more than 100 people across the capital. The Home

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Secretary, Theresa May, cut short her holiday to return to the UK.

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Let's be absolutely clear that there is no excuse for violence, no

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excuse for looting, there is no excuse for thuggery. The police

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will deal with any emerging situations as they consider best

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appropriate for those situations. But I am absolutely clear there was

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no excuse for looters or thuggery or violence on the streets. It was

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a peaceful protest at the police shooting of a local man, Mark

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Duggan, which preceded the violence in Tottenham. Police admitted

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relations with Mr Duggan's family could have been better handled in

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the aftermath of his death. I've spoken to community representatives.

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We've had meetings at a London level and a local level. We should

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have helped the IPCC come closer to the family more quickly.

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tonight, amid fresh outbreaks of trouble, it seems that violence has

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developed a life of its own. Far removed from the original cause of

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the disturbance on Saturday. Those pictures are from Hackney, some

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trouble spreading further afield. I want to take you over to south-east

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London. This is the scene in Lewisham, where another vehicle has

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been set alight. The police have strung themselves right across the

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main road there to try to bring a sense of order to the area. There

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is the vehicle. That is the effect of what is happening in Lewisham.

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We've also had reports that a bit further down the road in Peckham a

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bus has been set alight. You can see down the road, these pictures

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from earlier in the evening. It gives you a sense of the problems

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there. It is not just about Tottenham, it is not just about

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Hackney. There are also several other sporadic events in and around

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various parts of London. To discuss all of this and more I am joined by

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the associate professor of education at the University of

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London. And also by David Atkins Tanya, who is a journalist and a

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writer on black issues. I know that you were in the area during the

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course of the Troubles over the weekend. For you, what is the cause

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of this? I think what happened on Saturday night was definitely

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caused by the fact that there was a peaceful demonstration, they had

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asked for answers from the local police. They haven't come out and

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spoken to them, and then a young woman was apparently pushed by one

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of the special policemen that were there. That is how that flared up.

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So that was an issue of perhaps the way police handled that issue. We

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then had a variety of incidents, some bigger, some smaller, what

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would you put that down to? starting to hear from a lot of

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people that these are disaffected young people and they are angry

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about social issues. Unfortunately, what it looks like to me on the

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television is a group of young people who have been going around

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polluting. I'm not sure about what the motivation is in Hackney and

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Pekan at the moment. I've just come from Tottenham and it's really

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difficult to get out there at the moment. There are social issues and

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we have lost educational maintenance allowance, which was

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helping young people to stay in Col will stop we have had the youth

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offending service cut in our area and the staff at the Citizens

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Advice Bureau. So cats are affecting people. We do need to

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look at how they are affecting young people in the community. But

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we cannot excuse the looting. We cannot pretend that is anything

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other than people going to get stuff that they want to steal.

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Theresa May also said there is no excuse for looting. A clear

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suggestion coming from there that a lot of this is just pure

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opportunism. It might be but one of the things that I find fascinating

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is that people are talking about, Bryan Abbott for example, about

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young people doing these things in broad daylight. -- Diane Abbott. I

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have been very perturbed over the last number of months about young

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people killing one another in broad daylight. Attacks at bus-stops, a

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group of 12 attacking a boy in the middle of Victoria station at 5pm.

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What we basically have here is a group of young people who have no

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fear or. There are no boundaries, they are not deterred by anything.

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They would simply go about to destroy. They are not just

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destroying others, they are being self destructive. There is an

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opportunity, something sparks of an opportunity for trouble. We've seen

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it over the last few days. Underlying that, what is the root

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cause? The question is - why is it that some of our young people would

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indulge in that kind of behaviour while others would run 100 miles

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from it? We need to find out why it is that there are so many of our

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young people, generation after generation, being totally

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marginalised by this society within the society, and feeling that they

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have no stake in the future. So you don't necessarily see this as a

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current economic situation? Absolutely not. That's an

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interesting perspective. I don't know if you share it. One thing we

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have seen is a sort of street wisdom among these young people in

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terms of the speed and ability to organise themselves. It's

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outflanking the police. Yes, and the communications. In my area,

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young people do use their mobile phones to assault people and get

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people in lowly positions. That is technology. But I want people to

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remember and understand why the Mods and rockers went to Southend

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on Bank Holiday. Why football fans to meet by phone boxes in my day,

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but now they've got technology to press a button and 500 people get a

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message to say, go to Anfield tonight at 4pm. That was happening

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yesterday afternoon at 1pm. It's a very powerful tool, isn't it? You

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are asking questions, what is it that is making young people the way

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they are? What do you think could be done to turn that round? I think

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the sadness is that young people are using that berry effect of mass

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communication tool for the stock of reasons. Just imagine if they were

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all politically literate and they were using the social networking to

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organise themselves, so that as a body of people who are generally

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rendered a voiceless within a society, they could give themselves

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a boys and be much more politically active within the Democratic sphere

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than they are. Just imagine what that would be like. I'm sorry to

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interrupt but we are going to have to stop there. Thank you for

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joining us. I do want to get back to the live pictures we have it for

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you. This is Lewisham in south east London. We've seen the pictures in

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Hackney, but this is the situation live now. A large police presence.

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We may see a string of police across the roadway, trying to keep

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some semblance of order bear. It also seen earlier, some pictures

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which I think we can bring you as well. This is the scale of the

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trouble that was brought into Lewisham Borough. That is one

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vehicle on fire. You see that trail of fire running down the street.

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Just an impression there. I'm not saying it runs all the way to

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Peckham, but we have also heard of trouble in Peckham, a bus being set

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alight there. This is the scene like this evening. Another nerve-

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shredding day on the stock markets worldwide today. Europe's Exchange

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has suffered without exception. London's FTSE 100 closed down more

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than 3%. Madrid and Milan, they were down more than 2%. And that

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despite the European Central Bank's belated decision to buy Spanish and

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Italian bonds, a move which did ease the pressure on those

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economies as they saw their borrowing rates fall. Ringing the

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bell for more investor misery. Shares on Wall Street today opened

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2% lower and then fell, hard on the heels of a sharp stock price drops

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in Asia and Europe. But the declines on stock markets are the

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symptom and not the cause. This is where the Royal Bank of Scotland

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traits not shares but debt. And it's on trading floors like this

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one that this great drama is being played out, because the financial

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crisis is all about the growing doubts over whether the

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government's of giant economies like Italy, Spain and even the US,

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can repay all their debts. What you can see here, the rising cost of

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borrowing for the Spanish and Italian governments, is investors

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saying they are increasingly worried about lending to those

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countries. Today, there's been a sharp fall in the interest rate

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paid by those governments. Because this body, the European Central

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Bank, has taken the historic decision to buy Italian and Spanish

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bonds, which is an indirect way of lending to those countries. This is

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what markets were looking for, this kind of short-term relief that

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someone would stabilise the bond deals offered Spain and Italy.

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These countries are too big to bail-out. The European central bank

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is owned by the passengers on the tram outside its office and the

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other taxpayers of the eurozone. So how much financial risk of the

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German and French population taking? It's about 2.5 billion

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euros per day. It will potentially added to a big number, around 800

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billion euros of sovereign debt from Spain and Italy. American

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investors have been blue, too. Since the ratings agency Standard

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and Poor's took what many saw as a shocking decision to strip the US

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government of the top triple A rating for what it borrows. It has

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shown really terrible judgment. They've handled themselves very

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poorly and shown a stunning lack of knowledge about basic US fiscal

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budget Mathew. They do exactly the wrong conclusion. The big story for

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many is that governments, households, banks and businesses of

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the developed Western economies, including the UK's, have borrowed

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far more than is prudent, and in pain down the debt there is less

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spending and investment so economic growth slows to a trickle. The

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realisation that economic recovery may be stalling is the new lead

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weight on share prices. Commodities such as oil have been falling, too.

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So here is a silver lining if you are a driver. The price of petrol

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and perhaps other essentials is coming down. That whole issue of

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the triple A rating that the US was deprived of by Standard and Poor's,

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it's very much in the mind of President Obama. He came out to

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speak at the White House a few moments ago. The rating agency to

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tell us that the gridlock in Washington over the last several

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months has not been constructive, to say the least. We knew from the

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outset that a prolonged debate over the debt ceiling, a debate where

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the threat of default was used as a bargaining chip, could do enormous

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damage to our economy and the world. That threat, coming after a string

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of economic disruptions in Europe, Japan and the Middle East, as now

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rolled the markets and dampened consumer confidence and slowed the

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Joining me his or specialist from the consulting firm it Eurasia.

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Let's remember how much the Chinese have as well, I'll be near the

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cliff edge. How much does China have to lose in the situation in

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the US? China is very Bunnell ball. They have a reserve of the free 0.2

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trillion dollars -- 3.2 trillion dollars. Ultimately I do not think

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they are too concerned. There is no question mind it -- no question in

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Beijing that that money will be repaid. There are long-term issues,

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they at an end least solvable, what is it that Beijing will want Obama

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to do to make amends? What is it they will not want to see him to?

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They would not want to see him default obviously. There are not

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too many demands that China can make. That is the big structural

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story. China is stuck with their holdings, it is the only market

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that is capable of whole -- absorbing the investments that

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China it generates. I do not think their capacity for making demands

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on Washington is very strong. the inclination is heading back

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towards further quantitative the easing, will they once that? It is

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a structural driver, China for the past a two years, baby back

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currency to appreciate. I think that'll be a long-standing problem.

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Thank you very much. I want to get back to the main

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story of the evening. Let us return to Hackney. Our reporter is there

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for us. What is the situation? can see her lines of riot police.

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What they are trying to do this section off parts of Hackney where

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there has already been trouble. They have been fires a satellite,

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bricks and bottles are thrown at the right police. They are trying

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to calm the situation, and section it off. It is not clear how many

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protesters are out on the streets. What I can tell you that this

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situation, you can see the police, they have ambulances lined up. I

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have been behind these lines, there is a road where a car has been set

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of plier -- set on fire, there are some men with Hank achieve --

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hanged achieves over their faces. They have been testing the lines.

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So far, they are minor skirmishes. What the police is trying to do is

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come out in such numbers that they can quash the situation. It is very

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difficult for them to do anything other than container. -- than are

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contained. If you think about their tactics, they want to control lead,

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they want to be in control, they do not want to be seen to be provoking

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the situation. They are saying that these disturbances are

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opportunistic. There has been a lot of smashing windows, they do not

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want to give people an excuse to ratchet this up. They want to keep

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things calm, or at least as calm as possible. It is a stand-off, we do

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not know what it will be like when it gets dark. Thank you very much.

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This is a rooftop in Lewisham. You can see smoke because one house is

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a blaze. If we pullback back picture, we can get a sense of what

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has been happening. It is not just vehicles, it is a building on fire.

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We have seen people coming out on the attic. They are going across at

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the roof to safety. It is an extremely dangerous situation when

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this sort of thing happens. Those buildings are so close together.

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That is the situation from Lewisham. We have seen Hackney, we have heard

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of trouble in Peckham as well. A BBC investigation has shown that

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torture camps are being operated in Zimbabwe near the Marange diamond

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fields. They had said that prisoners are subjected to rape and

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beatings, some have been a mauled by dogs. The names of people in

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this report had been changed to protect their identities.

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Zimbabwe's Marange Diamond Fields. They are shrouded by allegations of

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killings and abuse. We went into the mountains of Mozambique to meet

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my witnesses -- to me to witnesses. They would tie you to a tree and

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are sold too severely. That went on for a long time, people died as a

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result of the injuries. Soldiers would throw the bodies away.

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deployed our undercover camera team to the location the witnesses

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describe. They found this camp, active and guarded. They could not

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stay very long. Witnesses said it people are held in a razor wire

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enclosures, mauled by dogs, raped and beaten. They are held against

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their wills. Zimbabwe's government has not responded to our findings.

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Down the road is this mine, Mbada, President Mugabe, his friend runs

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that mind. They want to lift the international sales ban so that

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mine could export its findings. Some of these diamonds are already

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hitting the raw markets. We met the Kimberley Process, the world's

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policemen on diamonds. We went to Hatton Garden, for a premier retail

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street to find out if we could buy any. I am going to go into this

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shop or -- this shop, they have been selling diamonds since 1975.

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I'm going to ask them whether they know whether these diamonds come

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from? There are regulations that mean they have to know where the

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diamond comes from. I have no idea where that Diamond has come from.

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He even the supplier would not know where it has come from. We have had

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1000 customers coming through, not one person has asked whether the

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diamond -- where the diamond comes from. They do not care, they want a

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big rock on their finger. If East - - if this EU deal goes through,

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many Marange diamonds could did end up on the streets. The average

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person would not know what they are buying.

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To be number one on the wanted list for the Gestapo is some feat. Even

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more so if you were a woman. That was the case for Nancy Wake, she

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has died in London at the age of 98. She was a leading figure in the

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French Resistance Movement. We look back at a remarkable life.

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Feisty and fearless, she was a glamourous fighter with the French

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Resistance. She was christened at the White Mouse by the Nazis

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because every time they thought they had cornered her she escaped.

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Nancy Wake was born in New Zealand, she came to Europe to be a

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journalist. What she found in the 1930s set her life on a different

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path. In 1933 Q c but anger at the violence committed by the Nazis.

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The Jews were tied to a while, they whipped them. I stood there and I

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thought that is dreadful, I could not believe it. By the end of the

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decade she had married a French businessmen, for six months later

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Germany invaded and her life to a dramatic turn. She began working

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for the French Resistance, smuggling messages back and forth,

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as well as people back to safety. Hundreds of allied personnel are

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lie because of her efforts. Because of the work she did in occupied

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France. She was trained in Britain as a spy by the Specials -- the

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Special Operations Executive. She was rain in hand-to-hand combat.

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She was dropped back in France and Leader of raids on the Gestapo

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headquarters, becoming their most wanted. She relished the war years,

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outspoken. In my opinion the only good German is a dead one, the more

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dead be better! I rejoiced in the fact that I killed so many of them.

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I'm sorry I could not cut -- kill so many more. In 1944 as the allied

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forces fought their way through France, she learnt that the Gestapo

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had tortured her husband to death in 1943. He refused to disclose her

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whereabouts. Her story would eventually inspire the book and

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film Charlotte Gray. She was decorated by France, you Britain

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and America. She died in London on Sunday, she requested that her

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ashes were scattered in central France.

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I want to take you back to some disturbing pictures from south

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London. This is the scene in Peckham. Police are pushing some

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locals down this road. There is a burning edifice. There are some

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shops, and a whole flighted apartments are in fire. Another

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very disturbing sight. We have seen vehicles on fire. There is a bus in

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Peckham which is also one buyer. This is coming -- this is coming up

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the pictures in Hackney as well. We have some respite from the rain.

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have some respite from the rain. It is not going to feel any warmer.

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High pressure is moving in. This is the weather on Tuesday. Cloud is

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building. Most of the weather will be dry. 17 degrees in a Hull. Not

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quite as brisk as it is today. The vast majority temperatures will be

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in the upper teens. Some breaks in the cloud in Wales. It is not going

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to be wall-to-wall cloud. Along coastal areas we will see the best

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available sunshine. Northern Ireland will see a lot of cloud. It

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