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After the riots

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Following the riots that occurred in towns and cities across England between 6 August 2011 and 10 August 2011, the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Official Opposition ...

Following the riots that occurred in towns and cities across England between 6 August 2011 and 10 August 2011, the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Official Opposition established the Riots Communities and Victims Panel and asked it to consider: (1) what may have motivated a small minority of people to take part in the riots; (2) why the riots happened in some areas and not others; (3) how key public services engaged with communities before, during and after the riots; (4) what motivated local people to come together to resist riots in their area or to clean up after riots had taken place; (5) how communities can be made more socially and economically resilient in the future to prevent future problems; and (6) what could have been done differently to prevent or manage the riots. This study is the final report of the Panel. It is written from a national perspective, so it does not aim to analyse the riots at a local level. Its purpose is to capture the overarching findings, whilst highlighting important local differences.

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