Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Dancing on Maggie's grave: Thugs 'celebrated' Baroness Thatcher's death with smashed shops and anarchy in the streets.....Any excuse start a riot!

Hundreds took to the streets across the country as macabre 'Thatcher death parties' were held late into the night, organised by critics of the so-called 'Iron Lady.' In Brixton, south London, left, riot police were deployed as the crowds, which had been drinking since 5pm, started to become more aggressive smashing shop fronts and throwing paint bomb. In Liverpool, far right, flares and fireworks were set off outside Lime Street Station by revellers. In Bristol, centre, seven police officers were injured - one seriously - as violence erupted at a street party of 200 people and police were pelted with bottles, cans and rubbish.