It looks like they are getting ready for a hurricane in London; I guess they are in a figurative sense. Full story.
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A publican boards up his pub in central London August 9. Thousands of policemen prepared to deploy on London's streets on Tuesday night to head off rioters and looters who have rampaged through parts of the British capital virtually unchecked for the past three nights.
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London residents wait to be allowed through a police cordon to help council workers with the clear up after the rioting that took place the previous night outside Clapham Junction railway station in Battersea, London, Tuesday, Aug. 9. Britons swept up, patched up and feared further violence Tuesday, demanding police do more to protect them after three nights of rioting left trails of looted stores, wrecked cars and burned buildings across London and several other cities.
In the worst violence the city has seen in 30 years, riots swept through London for a third night. NBC's Michelle Kosinski reports.