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Katherine, please be safe. The world seems to be especially crazy today.
Because of your non-post, I stopped at CNN. I hope the needless violence stops soon. Stay safe....
Its very worrying. I hope it calms down soon and you're untouched by it directly.po
Indeed take care, and keep faith.
Thanks for all the good wishesThey're now overturning cars and looting a few streets away
Very worrying time.Stay safe. Not good for the Olympics next year. Perhaps we wont make that visit later next year.
Stay safe and take care.
Oh No!! Please be very careful, this is very scary, get together those irreplaceable items just in case you have to leave.
wow! I am staggered at the awful news. Stay safe!! To think it was only last week I was in London!
hoping like mad that all will be well with you - fingers tightly crossed
So sorry this is happening so close to you, hope you and your friends will be safe. Watching it on http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14449675 right now.Take care Katherine.
Good Lord, Katherine. Please take care! I lived near the rioting in Kansas City back in the early 70s and remember well how terrifying it is.
Stay safe Katherine - my thoughts are with you, hope it's under control very soon.
Stay safe Katherine.
Thanks for all the commentsPrime Minister has announced that there will be 16,000 police on the streets of London tonight - probably in recognition that the Met Police lost control of the capital last nightI'd just like to see some near where I live!
Stay safe, Katherine. Incredible events there.
I cannot believe what I am seeing.... Stay safe, Katherine!
I did in fact start seeing police on the streets near where I live - which was very reassuring!Plus London shut down early on Tuesday as everybody scurried to get home and get indoors. The combination of police and local communities who came out to patrol their own streets appears to have had the right effect here in London.Just got to get back to a normal sleep pattern now!Just a pity that the IOC delegation turned up to do some Olympic testing! http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/davehillblog/2011/aug/09/london-riots-2012-olympic-safety-fearsI think the Met Police might be about to review their intelligence led approach and invest in a few blackberries!
I am so sorry to hear about this awful violence near your home! Stay safe.
A further fall of an 'Empire'. The disenfranchised yoof have energy, anger and no single purpose (ok, no more summarizing why's). It seemed like a time bomb had struck.
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