Politics 9 August 2011 Boris Johnson heckled in Clapham Junction Mayor of London berated by angry residents. Print HTML Earlier this afternoon, Boris Johnson visited Clapham Junction, an area which saw sustained rioting and looting last night. He was heckled by angry residents who demanded an explanation for the lack of police presence. "What about Mark Duggan"? shouts one. Visibly flustered, Johnson struggles to respond. Reportedly, Nick Clegg received similar treatment on a trip to Birmingham. No-one should underestimate the political difficulty that these riots will represent for the coalition's top command. › A glimpse of conflict Samira Shackle is a freelance journalist, who tweets @samirashackle. She was formerly a staff writer for the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles Owen Smith calls Jeremy Corbyn "a lunatic" Jeremy Corbyn's Virgin video is a Jennifer's Ear for modern times After his latest reshuffle, who’s who on Donald Trump’s campaign team?