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The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg pays a visit to Nottingham to check out the damage after the riots.
After Canning Circus was fired bombed on Tuesday night. 15 People have been charged and appeared in court in connection to the incident.
What Canning Circus Police station looked like after being set on fire with petrol bombs. Clegg said the quick repairs made to the building were a "tribute to the Police and the community".
Clegg describes the riots that as "ugly" and "unacceptable" but went on to say that the streets would soon be a safer place.
When asked about funding cuts, Clegg said that he is aware that more money needs to be invested in to the Police force to prevent this from hapenning again.
Clegg urged teenagers to "think again" when CapitalFM's reporter Anna Tyler asked him if he has a direct message to those thinking of rioting over the weekend.
Clegg asks for everyone to keep positive and for Nottingham to look forward to the Carnival this weekend.
Police are still not taking any chances and tell Capital that they won't be scaling back officer numbers this weekend.