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Save Independent Living!

The Independent Living Fund in England closes at the end of June yet even now many ILF recipients have no idea what will happen to them after that date. Many are facing cuts in funding and even the threat, as we said was a possibility, of residential care.
DWP are saying there are no problems[…]

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The Radical Assembly

The Radical Left Assembly had it’s 3rd large meeting on the 14th. It was a roaring success.
The meeting had around 250 attendees. It was at the CLF Cafe in Peckham. A historic cultural space with a real community feel. Women lead the main parts of the meeting while men looked after the creche and[…]

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Building the climate movement: is another world possible?

Click on the image to read the article..[…]

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Don’t miss the Radical Left Assembly

When: June 14th, 1:30pm
Where: the Bussey building/CLF Art Cafe, 133 Rye Lane, SE15 4ST London, United Kingdom
The London-wide Radical Assembly hits South London! The next General Assembly will be held in Peckham on 14th June, as agreed last time. A draft agenda will be circulated by the organising group shortly, along with more[…]

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Eco-Activists Pay NPower a Morning Visit

Reclaim the Power organsied several simultaneous actions to be taken in small groups against the Big Six energy companies. Here’s a short video of one such action..[…]

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The Radical Left General Assembly

When: 6:30pm Thursday, May 14th
Where: SOAS, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL
The election has proved that Social Democracy is dead.

Our aspiration is to facilitate the creation of a new movement or network of the Radical Left. We want the form of this to be worked out, in debate and in[…]

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Occupy Democracy: Open Planning Day

Join us for a day of plotting, planning and scheming for Occupy Democracy’s 10 day occupation of Parliament Square in May!
11:30am, March 14th – Venue SOAS, room numbers to be confirmed.
We need YOU and your ideas and contributions to create engaging workshops, lively discussions and creative direct actions that will expose our broken[…]

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The Battle for the Tarpaulin – Police Brutality


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What are we up to these days?

Many of us are tempted to look back at 2011 or perhaps 2012 as our “glory days”. Why is that? Is it because our impact was just so huge back then? Is that our impact is just so small now? Is it that we had a real chance to change the world back then but[…]

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