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#OccupyDemocracy in Parliament Square: Hands Off Our Tarpaulin!

By Tom Fielder
Crossposted from Huffington Post
At eighteen minutes past six on Sunday evening, as soon as the Sun had set, police closed in to break up a group of peaceful protesters sitting together in solidarity on the lawns of Parliament Square. Beneath the helpless gaze of Nelson Mandela, one protester after another was[…]

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Police move to clear Occupy protesters from Parliament Square

Crossposted from the Guardian

Between 50 and 100 Occupy Democracy protesters remain after police arrest one and evict others after three days in square

Police made one arrest after hundreds of officers converged on Parliament Square in London on Sunday night in an attempt to remove Occupy Democracy protesters.
A Metropolitan police spokesman said that[…]

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The Battle for the Tarpaulin – Police Brutality

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Lies Lies Lies

By Nathan Shishjamo
As children we are told, lying is bad. That we should never lie to somebody because that’s a mark of disrespect. So when does our opinion of lying change? At what point does lying become acceptable in modern society? The political system that we are controlled by does this on an unprecedented[…]

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Update: London police torment #OccupyDemocracy protestors on Parliament Square

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Update: London police torment #OccupyDemocracy protestors on Parliament Square

Overnight in Parliament Square,#OccupyDemocracy protestors aiming to draw attention to the growing democratic[…]

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Breaking: London police attempting to violently and illegally evict peaceful #OccupyDemocracy protestors from Parliament Square

9:45pm 18th October
As the #OccupyDemocracy protest in London heads towards the end of its second day, police are attempting to violently close down the peaceful occupation of Parliament Square. [1]
The violent turn of events follows thousands of people marching in London as part of the TUC march against austerity and for a living[…]

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Global Warming & Climate Change Myths

By Inka Stafrace
I was a camper and filmmaker at St.Pauls and whether I should or not I tend to feel a sense of  pride when I see the Occupy name being used to promote campaigns and movements for the social good. I feel that I played a substantial role, along with about 200 others[…]

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Fighting Austerity: Oppose Racist Scapegoating – Livestream

Challenging UKIPs racism: Austerity and cuts & the myths about Immigration
Challenging the racist lies of UKIP: Fight Austerity- Oppose racist scapegoating :
educational meeting with economist Michael Burke and Lee Jasper came down to speak on behalf of BARAC(Zita Holbourne – had to cancel due to the flu).
This was jointly organised by SELPA[…]

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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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