Reclaim The Power Action and Promo Videos

Anti Fracking protest in Swansea University Campus

RT piece
Lindsay Alderton at Defra fracking protest

Mel Strickland at iGas fracking protest


Fracking under your home? We’ve got you covered

Frackstons Estate Agents Want to Buy Your House

Reclaim the Power PPS Manchester direct action

Cuadrilla executive speaks at anti-fracking protest


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Reclaim The Power Action Day

by Inka Stafrace

Monday the 18th August was yet another incredible illustration of organized activism and the willingness of people to put their bodies and time on the front-line for the greater good.Clean air and water are indisputably part of the greater good!
Fracking companies and the UK government believe that they are worth gambling[…]

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Fracktavists Talk of Past Actions

Danni Pafford shares her experience of a interesting direct action which consequently led to her being sued for £5,000,000.
Details in the video filmed on 15th August evening meeting at the Reclaim the Power camp in Blackpool 2014.

Kara Moses from Birmingham shares a tale of fractavism from Reclaim the Power camp 2013,[…]

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Banking – The Corrupt Core of a Rotten System

By Peter Dombi
Yesterday it was announced that Lloyds Bank was being fined £218m for fiddling interest rates in order to manipulate the market for its own benefit*. The particularly shocking thing about this incident – the latest in a long line of corrupt practices by the banks – is that the offence happened[…]

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The Siege of Gaza Continues

The march organized by the Stop The War started at the BBC for numerous reasons which would include the BBC’s avoidance in reporting on the bi-yearly massacres in Gaza, in context.
The police said that 20,000 people marched. The organizers claim that 150,000 marched. The difference this time is so[…]

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Multinational Corporations Threaten Democracy

Cross-posted from Peter Dombi’s website Our Broken System
We like to think that we live in a democratic society, where the laws and conditions that we live under are set by the government, which is in turn elected by us. The reality of course is that we live under a corrupted system, which is[…]

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Defend our right to save people and planet.

Defend our right to save people and planet. Crossposted from John Sinha’s Blog.
Today marks the twentieth anniversary of one of the largest marches in defence of the right to protest and assemble freely in this country. The Criminal Justice Act was introduced by the Major government in order to clamp down on a fast[…]

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What the recent ECJ ruling means for transparency in the TTIP negotiations

Crossposted from BEUC: The European Consumer Organization

By BEUC’s Senior Legal Officer, Kostas Rossoglou
Last week in Brussels, scores of EU and US officials held the 6th negotiating round of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership deal.
Despite press conferences and civil society briefings the real substance of discussions remains in the dark. However, an[…]

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