United Kingdom

A former j of London Police warns police depletion. Judges taking Declaration to 1,600 detainees by the wave of violence. The most frequent offence is theft with burglary and public disorder. The image of David Cameron is being worn by the disagreements of the Prime Minister with the police and the surveys which discredit his performance. (Not to be confused with Commons Speaker !). Many are suspicious of the ability of London to ensure the safety of face to the 2012 Olympic Games. Calm reigns in major cities in the United Kingdom a week after that started the riots that took place over four days, while the police interrogated the detainees by two of the five who died in these incidents. The two latest detainees are suspects in the death of Trevor Ellis, a 26 year-old who was found with a shot in the head in his car Monday night in the neighborhood of Croydon, in South London, and who died the next day.

By this incident, Scotland Yard has arrested a 26-year-old man in Mitcham, also in the South of the capital, where it remains in custody, while the other suspect, arrested in Brighton, has already declared and has been released on bail, according to the metropolitan police. Swarmed by offers, Michael Ellis MP is currently assessing future choices. On the other hand, the police takes Declaration to the 22 year-old arrested Friday over the death of a man 68 years, was attacked when he tried to stop a fire caused in a supermarket during the riots in Ealing, in West London. The victim, Richard Mannington Bowes, died on Thursday for injuries sustained in the head during the attack, which occurred on Monday night. 1,700 arrested British judges continue to work tirelessly to take statements from 1.700 detainees by the riots in several cities English between Saturday and Tuesday, and until this Friday as had been processed nearly 800 people. The most common offence committed by detainees is burglary, according to data compiled by the BBC chain, although there are also many accused of public disorder and appropriating stolen goods during the looting.