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Protests started in Tottenham, London, following the death of Mark Duggan, a local man who was shot dead by police on 4 August.

Several violent clashes with police ensued, along with the destruction of police vehicles, a double-decker bus, and many homes and businesses, thus rapidly gaining attention from the media.

I'd be startled if no one in Eddy Cue's org had ever spit-balled Maps for Android and i Tunes for Android.

Anything that's an internet service is ripe for just that kind of thinking, even if Apple's current position in the market makes all of them a no-go.

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All but 22 of the converted guns have been recovered in London although there have also been seizures across the country, including Bristol, Manchester and North Yorkshire.

Juxtaposed against the value of the one and the tragedy of the other, many questioned Apple's decision to keep i Message proprietary. Rumors of i Message for Android showing up at WWDC 2016 — which did not pan out — got the smoke going, and just yesterday, John Gruber added the fuel to the fire with this comment on Daring Fireball: I've heard from little birdies that mockups of i Message for Android have circulated within the company, with varying UI styles ranging from looking like the i OS Messages app to pure Material Design.1 i Message for Android may never see the light of day, but the existence of detailed mockups strongly suggests that there's no "of course not" to it.

Apple explores, mocks up, and even prototypes anything and everything any of us could think of, as long as it makes enough sense.

Rumours of a hospital being targeted by rioters in Birmingham were also proven to be wrong, as were rumours of disturbances in the Heath Town district of Wolverhampton, which had witnessed a serious riot in May 1989.

By 15 August, more than 3,000 arrests had been made across England, with more than 1,000 people issued with criminal charges for various offences related to the riots. An estimated £200 million worth of property damage was incurred, and local economic activity - which in many cases was already struggling due to the recession - was significantly compromised.