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'We're not going to take it anymore'

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In response to riots and looting, a growing number of vigilante groups have been forming to protect their homes and communities.

Today reporter Andrew Hosken reports from the streets in Enfield, the badly affected north London borough, where people say they are "not going to take it anymore".

And the Met's Deputy Assistant Commissioner Steven Kavanagh insists that though the police "are with the community", policing alone cannot solve the problem.


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