Looting and disorder spread through London last night following Saturday evening's riots in Tottenham.
Saturday's scenes saw a bus burnt and shop windows smashed.
Copycat riots took place in Enfield, Walthamstow, Waltham Forest and Brixton on Sunday night.
Over 100 people have been arrested so far and 35 police officers injured.
There have also been reports of large gangs roaming the city and attacking the police.
The disorder began on Saturday when a protest against the shooting of 29-year old Mark Duggan turned violent and two police cars were set alight.
Christine Jones, Metropolitan police commander, praises "dedication and bravery" of police officers in dealing with the "challenging" disorder.
David Lammy, Tottenham MP, brands riots "mindless" and laments the effect on local people.
A No10 Spokesman, speaking on Sunday, condemns the riots in Tottenham.
Theresa May, home secretary, voices her support for the Metropolitan police for their efforts to deal with Saturday's violence.
Kit Malthouse, deputy mayor of London and chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority, speaks to Sky News and urges people not to attempt to justify actions of looters.
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