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[00:00.62]Todd: OK, so Julia, I thought we would talk about social unrest.
[00:04.37]Julia: OK.
[00:05.87]Todd: So recently in the news, there has been a lot of protests, there's been some riots and I believe in your country you actually had riots recently.
[00:13.37]Julia: We did, yeah, in the summer last year, yeah.
[00:16.12]Todd: That was in London?
[00:17.62]Julia: That was in London and in a few of the other cities around the UK as well. It spread to other cities but mainly centered in London, yeah.
[00:26.12]Todd: So what was your perspective of the riots?
[00:28.12]Julia: Well we, actually, we were just visiting home and so we just arrived in London right as that all kicked off.
[00:36.12]So actually I was quite shocked and of course, a lot of my friends here were a little bit worried because they knew we were flying into London and London is suddenly all over the news and not in a good way.
[00:49.62]A lot of violence and quite shocking imagines.
[00:51.37]You don't think, when you think of London you don't think of people wearing balaclavas and smashing windows and behaving in this violent way.
[00:58.87]Todd: So it was pretty shocking?
[01:01.37]Julia: It was quite shocking but after being there I think within a week it had calmed down and I think the response from the police was very good and from the public was very good and from the media generally it was also very good so it wasn't such a big deal in the end.
[01:22.62]It was, it wasn't a political movement, it wasn't people protesting anything specific, it was just a kind of unbridled violence so it didn't gain any support.
[01:41.37]Todd: Right, so it was just basically kind of releasing maybe youthful angst or kind of built up aggression?
[01:49.12]Julia: Tensions of some, yeah, some kind but because it was all focused around consumer goods and a desire to rob stores of products like shoes and TVs and nobody really took it very seriously.
[02:10.12]You know, I want a pair of Nikes so I'm going to smash this window doesn't really gain much momentum as a movement.
[02:20.37]Todd: So there was a lot of opportunism?
[02:23.12]Julia: Absolutely. I think that's pretty much all it was, yeah.
[02:25.87]Todd: So do you think it's going to happen again in the future?
[02:29.62]Julia: No, I don't think so, no, because of the way the public responded and the way it was handled, I don't think it's the kind of thing that would gain momentum again. I don't, I think it was a one-off.
[02:43.37]Todd: Yeah, a one and done deal?
[02:45.12]Julia: I think so, yeah.
[02:46.12]Todd: Well that's good.
[02:47.12]Julia: I hope so.