Pictures: London riots spread to cities across England
After three nights of riots in London, the violence continued in other parts of England on Tuesday night.
After three nights of riots in London, the violence continued in other parts of England on Tuesday night. Here a rioter walks through a burning barricade in Liverpool, where about 200 rioters in the Toxteth area chucked missiles and caused damage.
Riot police surrounded Birmingham's Mailbox shopping centre. Up to 400 officers were on patrol overnight. Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg was booed as he went on a walkabout in the city. He said there was "simply no excuse whatsoever for the violence, looting and destruction".
In Salford, rioters attacked police and set fire to shops. Greater Manchester Police said they faced "extraordinary levels of violence from groups of criminals intent on committing widespread disorder".
London was largely quiet as 16,000 police officers were out on the streets. Despite a large crowd gathering in Eltham, south-east London, no trouble was reported.
Many police officers brought in from forces across the country were left with little to do. More than 750 people have now been arrested so far, including a 21-year-old on suspicion of setting a fire to a 140-year-old furniture store in Croydon on Monday night.
Trouble also broke out in the Midlands - in Wolverhampton, West Bromwich and Birmingham city centre. Looters broke into shops and set cars alight. Rioters were reported to have played "cat and mouse" with police.
Many shops across the capital closed early and owners boarded up their stores in case of further looting.
In Manchester, hundreds of rioters ran down the street smashing windows and set fire to shops including Miss Selfridge.