London: Hooded rioters looted shops, set buildings alight and clashed with the police as arson spread from London to other cities of Britain on Tuesday. At least 563 people were arrested as violence spiralled for the fourth day and Prime Minister David Cameron warned rioters that they will 'feel the full force of the law'.

Meanwhile, Scotland Yard said a 26-year-old man found shot in a car in Croydon, amid rioting in the south London town, had died in hospital

Some 16,000 officers will police London's streets to prevent a fourth night of rioting, the Prime Minister said as he recalled the Parliament for one day om Thursday to discuss the situation. Earlier, he cut short his holiday in Tuscany to return home on Tuesday.

The Met Police has cancelled leave and drafted in support from 30 forces, a news channel reported.

The Metropolitan force released what it said would be the 'first of many' CCTV images of rioting suspects.

Besides the 563 arrested people, 105 have been charged in connection with violence in the capital.

The violence started in the British capital's northern district of Tottenham on Saturday over the fatal shooting of a man by police.

Around 111 police officers have suffered injuries including serious head and eye wounds, cuts and fractured bones after being attacked by rioters wielding bottles, planks, bricks and even driving cars at them on Tuesday.

The recall of the Parliament will allow MPs to 'stand together in condemnation of these crimes and to stand together in determination to rebuild these communities', said David Cameron.

Cameron met officers in the Metropolitan Police's Gold command in Lambeth on Tuesday afternoon before speaking to emergency service personnel in Croydon town in south London.

Around 300 people gathered outside a police station in Tottenham on Saturday night to demand 'justice' after 29-year-old cab driver and alleged drug dealer Mark Duggan was killed in Thursday's shootout with police.

London has seen a wave of 'copycat criminal activity' since the initial disturbance, the Met Police said.

Youths in West Bromwich smashed shop windows and set cars alight, while riot police were surrounding Birmingham's Mailbox high-end shopping building.