1. Mid of a looter walking towards the camera and hitting it; UPSOUND: (English) "Don''t be taking pictures man."
2. Mid of looters carrying goods; camera hit by one looter
3. Various of police stopping traffic
4. Pan of riot police guarding intersection
5. Pan of riot police
6. Pan from smashed window to riot police
7. Tilt from broken cash machine to ''HSBC'' sign
8. Tilt from sale poster to smashed window
9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Name not given, Local resident:
"We saw lots of youths and they actually just had gas masks over their faces. And they had so many TVs and microwaves and mobile phones they could barely carry them. There''s an HSBC ATM just pulled out onto the floor, just smashed to bits. All of the shops just have their windows smashed open. It''s just madness and there''s just more and more people joining and nobody seems to be actually stopping them."
10. Pan of damaged street
11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Name not given, Local resident:
"You can see more and more people just coming up the side streets to go and join in. You know these type of people because they''ve got big hoods over their faces and gas masks and scarves. You know what they''re there to do is to go and cause trouble, with their massive swag bags basically, but the police don''t seem to be doing anything."
12. Pan of damaged street
13. Tilt from glass on the ground to smashed doors of a department store
14. Tilt from ground to smashed store window display
As violence and looting spread to new areas of London overnight on Monday one local resident in Clapham said police there "don''t seem to be doing anything".
Authorities struggled to contain the spiralling disorder on a third night of rioting in Britain''s capital and other major cities across the country.
In Clapham, in London''s south, looters spent more than an hour and a half smashing store windows, stealing electronic goods and even breaking into a bank cash machine.
Clapham Junction is home to one of Britain''s busiest train stations, which services Gatwick Airport and trains across the country.
One witness, who didn''t give her name, said she was disappointed by the police response.
"It''s just madness and more and more people just seem to be joining and nobody seems to be stopping them," she said.
The unrest began late on Saturday in London''s northern Tottenham district when a peaceful protest, over a fatal police shooting of a suspect, turned violent leaving parts of the high street charred and its shops looted.
Prime Minister David Cameron has cut short his summer holiday in Italy and will convene a meeting of the government''s crisis committee later on Tuesday to toughen the response to the escalating violence.