A warehouse in Enfield, burnt during last summer's riots, has been reopened, with a visit from special guest Prime Minister David Cameron. One of the most enduring images of the riots was the huge warehouse ablaze.
The smoke could be seen for miles, with fears for the local economy. Just over a year on it has been rebuilt. Nick Thatcher has more.
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