London's councils waiting for riot money one year on
A year ago, London was in the midst of some of the worst rioting and looting ever seen in the capital.
In the aftermath, Mayor Boris Johnson promised more than £70m of funding to help regenerate the worst affected areas.
Twelve months on, local councils say they are still waiting for the money to appear.
BBC London's Karl Mercer talks to Southwark youth worker Adam Ashawe, Saif Bonar, owner of Matthew's Yard, Mayor of London Boris Johnson, Councillor Mike Fisher (Con), leader of Croydon Council and Councillor Peter John (Lab), leader of Southwark Council.