It’s tempting to say ‘when will this government learn’ however then one thinks about the government and it’s not so much ignorance as arrogance. It seems then that post the introduction of the £80bn Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS) over the summer the chief beneficiaries have been, yes you guessed it, the banks. The FLS[…]Read more →
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Barnet Starbucks turned into library by Barnet residents, UK Uncut & Occupy London supporters
Barnet residents, anti-cuts campaigners and Occupy London supporters have just transformed a Starbucks in Barnet (811 High Road N12) into a library to highlight the impact of cuts upon women’s services, as part of UK Uncut’s national day[…]
Residents to turn Starbucks Barnet into a refuge from the cuts – a library and crèche – as part of UK Uncut’s national day of action against corporate tax avoidance this Saturday
Follows Occupy London supporters, Barnet residents and Barnet Alliance for Public Services (BAPS) taking over Barnet Council Cabinet last night in protest at[…]Read more →
Musician and Occupier, Tom Moriarty reflects on George Osborne’s Autumn Statement
It is the day after the budget, well the Autumn Statement, and what can I say. Without going into the details one can say that this statement is more to do with the character of the man as oppose to the character of[…]
Below are a variety of the responses coming in from Occupy London supporters to the Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Budget Statement.
Occupy London’s Economics Working Group: Minor restructuring of deckchairs on the Titanic – in favour of 1st class passengers
As usual the predicted onset of ‘recovery’ is kicked further down the road, bolstered by[…]
Hello! Nine people are being prosecuted after the police crackdown on London Critical Mass in July. You could be a crucial witness for their defence or help us find one! Their trial is in February, but we need to gather evidence by December 10th. That’s really soon!
Ways you can help:
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Musician, Ex City worker and Occupier, Tom Moriarty, reflects on the implications of government intentions to sell off rivers and reservoirs…
I have to write about this one because this is exactly the kind of thing I fear is the long-term repercussions of the banking crisis and the imbalances in the current economic “arrangement.” […]
An action organised by Fuel Poverty Action, Disabled People Against Cuts and the Greater London Pensioners’ Association. Other organisations taking part include Single Mothers’ Self-Defence, Southwark Pensioners’ Action Group and WinVisible (women with visible and invisible disabilities).
Meet Thursday 29th November at 11am outside the main entrance to the Treasury on Horse Guards Road,[…]Read more →
This podcast was recorded recently in Florence where activists gathered from all over the world. As overwhelming debt cripples countries and citizens, we speak to activists from The Debt Jubilee Campaign and The 15M movement about the new waves of debt resistance that are forming in Europe and the UK.
@ The European Social Forum[…]Read more →