Young, Racially-Mixed Working Class Fuels U.K. Uproar

Aug 10, 2011
Originally published on August 10, 2011 1:33 pm

More than 16,000 police officers flooded into London streets Wednesday, but unrest has spread to other cities. To learn what the country looks like now, which groups of people are rioting, and what political leaders can do to possibly end riots, guest host Allison Keyes speaks with a London-based reporter, and the founder of Britain's Operation Black Vote.

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