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10.23pm: Just in: another big shout-out to Mr Wilkins in the Mail on Sunday for his superb analysis on the Salford and Birmingham riots of 2001. It’s also worth noting that the same article also reports on the Salford riots in 2001 as well as one or two that happened in 2008, which, by the way,강남출장마사지 you’ll soon hear all about – remember the Salford rioters?
10.22pm: Another huge shout-out to John Wilkins from the Mail on Sunday for his excellent analysis of the riots in Salford in 2001.
10.15pm: Salford riots: another major wakeup call
John Wilkins: Another major wake-up call for the Labour party. Forget Labour’s failure to act and realise the problem, and just see what happened.
10.01pm: Salford riots: the latest in a series by John Wilkins. The Salford riots of 2001, which saw more than 1000 injured, caused a major wake-up call:
Facing the fact that Labour will now be forced to make tough decisions on welfare, housing and infrastructure, Labour MPs m울산출장샵ust be willing to address the issues and act on them.
So, it remains to be seen whether or not their actions will galvanise the public opinion in their seats: that would be a real boost to Labour, so I would expect that party to get off to an impressive start.
Of course, a vote for the Tories would be in for another huge wake-up call as well. Remember the 1997 riots, which saw up to 150 people be injured?
For Labour to now respond to the Salford tragedy is a huge moment for all of us at the national side: all the major local parties must come together in a genuine effort to find solutions.
Well, the aftermath of the Salford riots should not only spur the Labour party, but also its rival parties. For instance, this t이천출장마사지스웨 디시weet from the Huffington Post has a pretty clear picture of the aftermath and aftermath of the riots
A group of young people, some as young as 17 or 18, were arrested after the Salford riots yesterday.
We can see that the police were arresting people who were drunk, having the property stolen, being in possession of illegal drugs, and so forth.
A local government spokesman for Manchester sai