BuzzFeed News obtained a deleted tweet sent by the Tories' new vice chair for youth after the London riots in 2011.
Angry demonstrators protested on Saturday and Sunday, furious over the dysfunctional government's inability to handle trash collection — or really anything else, for that matter.
The mayor of London spent hundreds of thousands of pounds buying water cannon to deploy at public order events in the capital. Now he's been told he can't use them.
"We are here, we are not leaving, get used to it," activists said on Twitter.
Some 136 people were reportedly arrested after defying a ban to march on the Turkish city's Taksim Square.
Her co-anchor Errol Barnett's side-eye is subtle, but piercing.
SmartWater is normally used to track criminals who steal laptops.
First time on the UK mainland. Whether they can actually be used is a different matter.
You never know who's going to have a water cannon handy. NSFW language.
Egypt is in the midst of some serious anti-government riots. This young man decides to take a very brave stand against police and their water cannon.