People breaking a glass window of a bank on Oxford Street in central London
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Concerns over police planning for big events

The streets may have been cleaned and smashed windows replaced but the recriminations after Saturday's violent protests in London are continuing.

149 people have been charged after a small minority broke away from the anti-spending cuts march organised by the TUC.

There's been criticism of the police preparations - and concern about planning for other big events - such as the Olympics and next month's Royal Wedding.

The BBC's Home Affairs correspondent Tom Symonds reports.

  • 28 Mar 2011
  • From the section UK