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Barton Moss by Tina Louise.

Barton Moss by Tina Louise.
Each of those police faces is etched in my mind… I took the time to know each face in succession and there was certainly the time to do it for the length of the path at the Moss.
Supported by Protectors either side – I prefer to walk backwards so[...]

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Putney Debates 8th Planning Meeting: Wed 16th July

Minutes Putney Debates 8th Planning Meeting:
Wed 16th July 6.45pm
Present: Obi, Dave, Mike G, Julie, Pete D Apologies: Carl, Elenna

Maybe it’s the heat but bits of the potential programme seem to be ballooning beyond my mental grasp. So please check & find/suggest a place for your event (or the one you want that’s[...]

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Democracy Action WG Minutes 10th July 2014

Finance
OLGA (Occupy London General Assembly) has granted the DAWG £840 towards the groups main action
The following outline budget was agreed:
£50 already spent for printing of 2000 A5 leaflets leaving total of £790 available
£300 towards p&p
£200 towards production of a viral video
£290 remainder is set aside for contingency and website[...]

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9 Brands You Can Boycott to Hold Israel Accountable for Its Violation of International Law

Forward by Inka Stafrace
With the war in Gaza raging on it is time to be reminded that the Boycott Divestment Sanctions Movement is one to join in action and spirit.
The achievement of the BDS movement to date, is the most powerful message the international community can send to the Israeli government and the[...]

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Booming London Property Prices By Borough

Crossposted from Delivery Quote Compare

London was never a particularly cheap place to live – in fact, Rightmove’s figures suggest that the average asking price of a property in London has risen by £80,000 since the start of 2014. As a result, prices are now at an all-time high, and only look set to rise[...]

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OCCUPY WALL STREET PORTRAITS

Crossposted from kickstarter 
Support is required.
 

Photos of activists and their hopes for change. The Occupy Portraits is ready to publish, if you take action and donate now.

Until the funding comes through for the archival print edition, please click here to enjoy an on-line version of the book for free.

When the Occupy[...]

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UK OIL COMPANY SOCO, LEAVES VIRUNGA THANKS TO WWF

Crossposted from the World Wildlife Fund

Thank you!
Hundreds of thousands of you drew the line, and told UK oil company Soco to leave Virunga  and it worked! Theyve committed to end their operations in Virunga, Africas oldest national park and remain out of all World Heritage Sites.
Each and every one of the[...]

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AT 91 HARRY SEES REPETITION FROM THE GREAT DEPRESSION DAYS – BOOK

Crossposted from Harry’s Last Stand website.
‘As one of the last remaining survivors of the Great Depression and the Second World War, I will not go gently into that good night. I want to tell you what the world looks like through my eyes, so that you can help change it…’
In November 2013, 91-year-old[...]

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The Importance Of Compost

This short video was made by some of my favorite eco warriors from the island of Malta. Although just a mere dot in the Mediterranean Malta is making its mark on the global stage in permaculture and innovative ways of growing food organically and sustainably not least because of is rocky landscape and its people’s[...]

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