We're speaking with Paul McKeever, chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales. McKeever believes the problem lies more with the budget cuts, which left less police on the street to help quell the riots.
How should the United Kingdom combat the violence that's raged across the country? British Prime Minister David Cameron says the country needs to learn a few lessons from America on how to fight gangs. Tio Hardiman, director of CeaseFire, joins us.
British Prime Minister David Cameron says his government will look into a possible crackdown on social media, after citizens used websites like Twitter as organizing tools for the riots. Is this a viable method for preventing violence?
On Tuesday night the family run business, House of Reeves, was burnt to the ground by rioters. Mark Thompson joins us from London to talk about a grassroots campaign to help get stores like House of Reeves rebuilt.