People cleaning up in Liverpool
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Liverpool riot: Extra police on duty as clean-up begins

In Liverpool, people have been cleaning up after homes, shops and cars were attacked during rioting in the south of the city on Monday night.

Merseyside Police Deputy Chief Constable Bernard Lawson has promised his force will do everything possible to bring those responsible to justice, and there are extra officers on the streets of the city today.

Dave Guest reports.

  • 09 Aug 2011