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Hoodies win toss and choose to loot first

On what are looking to be green, fresh conditions, the Hoodies are expected to open with last year’s highly successful and in-form Tottenham pairing of stone-throwers and police car fire-bombers.

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Posted: Jul 12th, 2012
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Summer riots to go ahead despite Olympics

One organiser said ‘we hope young people really get into the spirit of what the riots are all about – looting off-licenses, JD Sports and  PC World.  We hope to leave a real legacy of misery and destruction’.

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Posted: Jun 27th, 2012
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Police bring in top Indian chef to design new line of pepper sprays

‘For too long the copper’s pepper spray has been unimaginative and blunt, sacrificing tone and texture for sheer volume of heat.’

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Posted: May 30th, 2012
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Londoners elect Boris Johnson as President of France

actually, it's 'le' wiff-waff‘Of all the candidates running for Mayor of London, in my view Boris was far and away the best choice to become President of a different country altogether,’ said Barry De Souza, a voter from Hackney.

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Posted: May 2nd, 2012
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Looters divided over Sunday shopping laws

‘The great thing is that supermarkets and big stores will be able to open,’ points out Winston Perks,19, who has studied Osborne’s plan. ‘So you’re not just confined to little corner shops or Tesco Express. But for obvious reasons it’s important that shops stay open well after dark.’

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Posted: Mar 22nd, 2012
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