UK Police: ‘We don’t want any more riots’

Theresa May has made a series of interventions to address the growing crisis over the growing number of protests around the country in recent days.

She said she had also asked the Prime Minister to visit the Royal Armouries, to inspect the damage caused by the protests and to discuss the use of riot control. “

But she also said she wanted to see the police working very closely with local communities to ensure that the public are safe and the police are working in partnership with local authorities and with the public.”

She said she had also asked the Prime Minister to visit the Royal Armouries, to inspect the damage caused by the protests and to discuss the use of riot control.

“I am not satisfied that that is enough,” Mrs May said.

But the prime minister appeared to miss a critical element of the response she wants to see: an end to the riots. “

And I want to see police working in conjunction with local people to make sure that the community is safe and secure and I want the community to be reassured that police are not trying to create trouble.”

But the prime minister appeared to miss a critical element of the response she wants to see: an end to the riots.

“In terms of the riot police, I’m absolutely determined that the police have to be working closely with the communities, working closely and working with local partners, to make that end,” she said.

“What I would say is that I will be in contact with the police and the communities over the next few days, to see if that works, and I would hope that the local community is reassured that the violence has stopped.” “

She also made clear that the riots were not going to end without an immediate response. “

What I would say is that I will be in contact with the police and the communities over the next few days, to see if that works, and I would hope that the local community is reassured that the violence has stopped.”

She also made clear that the riots were not going to end without an immediate response.

“The violence that has broken out today is not going away.

The police force was the “front line” in dealing with the riots, she added. “

People have got to realise that it is not just about what’s happening in their own community, that they are dealing with it in their community, but the violence is spreading to other communities,” Mrs Moseley said.

The police force was the “front line” in dealing with the riots, she added.

She also said the police were “very proud” of their work during the riots: “We have done the right thing. “

That is why I am so determined that we don’t see any more violence in our communities.”

She also said the police were “very proud” of their work during the riots: “We have done the right thing.

We have done our duty.”

She repeated her call for the public to be kept informed about the situation.

“All of the police officers are going to be here tomorrow, all of the community are going