More than 100 people have been arrested after rioting spread across London last night - including incidents in Streatham and Brixton.

    After rioting broke out in Tottenham, north London, on Saturday, 'copycat' disturbances were reported in Brixton and Streatham in the south and other areas in east London.

    It has been reported a mobile phone shop and a sports store were targeted in Streatham.

    Press Association photographer Lewis Whyld saw looters battle police at a Currys store in Brixton.

    "A couple of hundred youths were rioting and looting," he said.

    "Riot police went in to get them out and there was a big fight in the street.

    "Youths were throwing rocks and bottles and there was a bin on fire. They used a fire extinguisher to push the police back so they could get back into Currys and continue taking things out."

    Met Commander Christine Jones said: "This is a challenging situation with small pockets of violence, looting and disorder breaking out on a number of boroughs.

    "Officers are shocked at the outrageous level of violence directed against them. At least nine officers were injured overnight in addition to the 26 injured on Saturday night.

    "We will not tolerate this disgraceful violence. The investigation continues to bring these criminals to justice."

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