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London (CNN) --Spannungen between police and marauding gangs put into Tuesday in areas of Great Britain, after violence death of a 29-year-old man in London solved first by the shooting, to spread to other parts of the nation.

The number of people in London arrested, since the violence began to 334 rose is, the police said on Tuesday. Dozens of police officers was injured, was announced by the police.

The British Prime Minister David Cameron to shortened to hold his holiday in Italy and an emergency meeting Tuesday, about the riots. Home Secretary Theresa also their summer holiday canceled may to London back.

During the night hours spacers observed at several sites in London as police in riot gear to continue, only a few metres away carefully roaming gangs.

A bus was vandalized and lit, Ealing, West London, was the driver still on board. He escaped unharmed.

There was evidence of vandalism in the Centre of London, with visible damage to a number of shops.

Sony Corp., said his only stock the London caught between late Monday and early Tuesday with significant product damage, but no casualties fire.

The company works to determine the cause of the fire, but the warehouse is located in the North London Enfield neighborhood, the scattered protests has seen.

The violence has forced the postponement of at least a sporting event, such as West Ham United from Tuesday night called match with Aldershot Town.

"While neither the Club nor the police expect all questions about the game itself, the Club the police request must meet,", said a statement on the Club website.

The developments come as reports of violence and vandalism came from other parts of the country.

In Leeds about 170 km North-East of London, police reported no violence early Tuesday, but said there were "Disease isolated pockets." Set a car on fire and was a man after an alleged shooting incident in a hospital with serious injuries.

In Bristol in southwestern England, police said several shops and vehicles were damaged Monday night and "a number of major roads closed were for officers, control of what currently is a volatile situation."

"Officers urge people to avoid the city centre at this time." People already in the city centre should the area and go home, "said Bristol early Tuesday police in a statement."

Street errors seemed also to Birmingham, about 120 km northeast of London, have spread, where police said "several premises" in the center of town "with some shop windows smashed and in different locations of stolen property." had attacked

A police statement said early Tuesday about 100 people have been arrested in Birmingham and added, there were no reports of "large injuries member of the public or police due to a disturbance."

Errors also reported in the Liverpool area about 180 km north-west of London, with the police there say officers had responded to "reports of vehicles on fire and damage to property' in South Liverpool.

A representative of who said London Mayor Boris Johnson was Monday evening that the Mayor briefly his family vacations in North America back cut to London.

Johnson called the violence "absolutely frightening."

He said "People their homes, businesses and livelihoods lost through blind violence,".

Police said the rioting and looting in other parts of the capital of "Copycat" events of opportunists and criminal have been carried out.

"It is not the black community and the police, it is about young people and the police," Shaun Bailey, a youth worker, said brought in a statement from the Office of Mayor in circulation. "And let you beat us around not the Bush and pretend this is a kind of social justice protest - it's pure crime."

The violence in Tottenham--the ethnically diverse, a working class suburb north of London Centre whose residents predominantly Afro Caribbean-after shooting death Thursday by Mark Duggan, a black man, as he was sitting inside a cabin started.

From operation Trident-a metropolitan police unit, the deal with gun crime-the cab stopped during attempted arrest. Soon after, said shots were fired, the independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

Duggan, father of four, was killed. Shooting deaths are rare in England.

The Commission provided that shot Duggan neither why police the cabin with the incident yet in the investigation had stopped.

Some reports suggested, that Duggan was from the police recorded and in the head shot, but the IPCC has denied.

"Speculation that mark Duggan was murdered ' in design style with a number of shots to the head"are categorically untrue,"said the IPCC in a statement."

The IPCC said proof of Thursday at the shooting scene, including a firearm forensic testing was undergoing non-police are.

The man's family and friends, the police blamed for the death, gathered on Saturday night outside the police station to protest Tottenham.

The protest began peacefully but soon transferred in unrest as Demonstranten--whose numbers include white and reindustrialization-gasoline threw bombs, looted stores and burned police cars.

Tottenham was in turmoil. 1985 Floyd Jarrett was of Afro Caribbean origin was from the police close to control the Broadwater farm estate in Tottenham on suspicion of driving with a counterfeit disc, a document that all British vehicles must stop.

A few hours later, attacked officers of nearby home to his mother, who collapsed and died during the RAID. Riots broke shortly thereafter. As the current violence sparked a protest outside Tottenham police station 1985-Konflikt.CNNS Dan rivers, Annabel Archer, Phil Black, David Wilkinson, Atika Shubert, bryony Jones, Erin McLaughlin, Bharati Naik, Aliza Kassim and David Wilkinson contributed to this report.

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A bus is attacked and vandalism in Ealing, West London - CNN International