The 16-year-old, who was bottled by far-right "statue defenders" in London, is filing a complaint with the London Met.
Twenty-two officers were injured as crowds threw bottles at police and smashed up their vehicles.
Also today: the UK's response to the virus was ranked the second worst of the world's richest nations.
UK scientists have discovered that a cheap steroid is the first drug to lower the risk of death from Covid-19.
"Churchill killed Hitler."
A new government report illustrates the disparity in the rate of coronavirus infections and deaths.
A source told Sky News that the report has been delayed for a second time because of "worries" around "current global events".
Professor Neil Ferguson has resigned from his position on the government's Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies.
At the time of writing, there are five eBay watchers to do battle with.
Over four separate nights, I took ecstasy, ketamine, valium and cocaine, and monitored my heart rate, sleep, steps and number of calories burned.
She broke almost every piece of guidance aimed at preventing the virus from spreading, reports the 'Guardian'.