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The residents of Tottenham were demanding answers from the police last night amid accusations that too little was done to control London's worst riots in a generation.

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A grim irony about the orgy of anti-police rioting that took place in Tottenham on Saturday night is the fact that this enclave of north London was one of the birthplaces of community policing.

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