LONDON — Rioters continued to take to the streets of Britain’s major cities Tuesday, looting stores and setting fire to a Miss Selfridge unit in Manchester.
Stores were advised to close early as the violence intensified in northern and central England, but was brought under control in London. A 16,000-strong police force patrolled the streets of the capital, where businesses from Smythson and Kurt Geiger to Foot Locker and TK Maxx have been vandalized and looted since Monday.
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