Great Britain Hits the West End

Great Britain starring Lucy Punch

A special opening night was held for Great Britain now in the West End. Stars, media and celebrities were among the crowd attending the glitzy occasion at the Theatre Royal. It has been said that author Richard Bean has written a play that kicks the backside of modern Britain

Riots Help Create Wall of Love Peckham

riots in Peckham creates Wall of Love

Back in August 2011 a boarded up shop window in Peckham became a Wall of Love. Poundland was among shops in Rye Lane that were looted during the riots.

EDL & Tower Hamlets Don’t Mix

EDL and Tower Hamlets Don't Mix

Police and supporters of the English Defence League clashed in East London as attempts to enter Tower Hamlets and hold a static protest outside a Mosque were blocked.

Dale Farm Eviction Battle Ending

Gateway to Dale Farm

London’s High Court rules caravans from 49 of 54 sites can be removed from Dale Farm in Essex. But Basildon Council waits for outcome of appeal challenge.

Forces Join Eid Cup In Sports Festival

Forces play in Eid Cup

British Army and Met Police teamed-up to play in the Eid Cup at Hackney Marshes. This video was chosen to carry special London 2012 image

Community Retakes Tottenham

Community Tottenham -preparing to clean-up

In August 2011 Tottenham High Road was badly damaged by riots destroying businesses and homes. But within days it was reopened and back on track. ynuk.tv was there

EDL Meets UAF at Downing Street

EDL Angels & Protest Banners

There were angry exchanges between the English Defence League and Unite Against Fascism outside Downing Street.

Roma Day of Action in London’s Marble Arch

Roma Day - protest against discrimination

A crowd of Roma supporters demonstrated in London’s elite Knightsbridge and Marble Arch to protest against extra powers for police to ‘clear’ areas that they say will wipe out the right to peaceful assembly.

Notting Hill Carnival Parade A Taster In Sunshine!

Carnival Parade Children's Day

Despite rain this year the Notting Hill Carnival is expected to have more fun than ever. Following 2011 riots in London about five thousand Police were on the streets as the Carnival began with a big SHAKE, SHAKE, SHAKE from the Kids

Here Comes A Sun Newspaper on Sunday

not looking to buy The Sun

Its on sale seven days a week, the Sun newspaper is now published every seven days, but there’s no rush to buy it