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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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Campaigners given go-ahead to legally challenge Mayor of London over Parliament Square fencing

Crossposted from Liberty.
Campaigners given go-ahead to legally challenge Mayor of London over Parliament Square fencing.
Liberty’s client has been granted permission to take the Mayor of London to court over his decision to fence off Parliament Square – preventing peaceful protests by Occupy Democracy from going ahead.
The High Court has given the green[…]

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London Property Boom Corruption by Dan Ashman

London Property Boom Corruption by Dan Ashman
>>> Back in December the Love Activists took a building to shelter the homeless. This building was a former bank on 2A Charing Cross Road, opposite the National Gallery. A former RBS building, we found out that it was held in an offshore tax haven by a company[…]

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New week, new building by Norbert Lawrie

New week and a new building has been cracked open and occupied by Love Activists London, this is our fourth which we currently hold in and around Westminster.
Building number 15 is quite something else, three floors and a basement our initial plans are to use the space to outreach into the community and organise[…]

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Cuadrilla Exploration Director admits they have no control over the impact of explorations

Cuadrilla’s Exploration Director freely admits they have no control over the impact of their operations. He of course has no idea what happens to the toxic, radioactive cocktail they are injecting and releasing into our subterranean geology – what effect that will have on seismic activity – or how long it will take to get[…]

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A Lamb for the Slaughter by Norbert Lawrie

A Lamb For The Slaughter
Oxford Street here in London’s very busy shopping West End, provided me yesterday evening with why standing up and actively fighting for housing is so important.
The person that I’m thinking about in this post, I came across last night and who one does not expect, to find sleeping rough[…]

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Occupy Democracy returns to Parliament Square March 7th: climate theme

We are the first generations to feel the effects of catastrophic climate change but we are the last generations who can do anything about it. If not now, when? If not you, who?
On March 7th Occupy Democracy will be returning for its sixth occupation of Parliament Square. This month’s action will begin with an[…]

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Waiting for Bailiffs and TSG by Norbert Lawrie

Waiting for the Bailiffs and TSG
February 24th Update.
Most of the residents here in mega-rich Mayfair are well, as you would expect… The mega-rich, except of course, the occupying cure and crew here to relieve and if nothing else, exposing that disease which is really best described as excessive greed.
The Love Activists London[…]

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Sad Upsetting Morning by Lauren Hopkins

Update: 5th April 2015.
Wanted to let you know that my neighbour Eric died in hospital Friday so thanks so much to you for sharing my original post, and please pass it on with lots of love xxx ~Lauren Hopkins.

  
  
Sad upsetting morning. Elderly man knocks on my door with no shoes and[…]

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