As Londoners enjoy a sense of pride over hosting a successful Olympics, it's easy to forget that this time last summer the city was showing a different face to the world.
It's exactly a year since rioting broke out in Tottenham, before spreading to other areas of the capital.
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A man who fired at officers from the National Crime Agency has been convicted at the Old Bailey.
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Unite said its members in the capital's 18 bus operators had supported walkouts by 85%, and action short of a strike by 9-1.