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Callout for Occupy Democracy this weekend – part 1

It’s Occupy Democracy this coming weekend, 14-15 February!
Occupy Love on Valentine’s day… and join Occupy Democracy mourning what some see as the death of democracy in the UK. Can we turn this around and bring about the shifts needed to bring in a real, robust democracy where all our voices count?
This occupation will[…]

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Rise Up Community – 12 Bar & the Shock Doctrine by Dan Ashman

Rise Up Community – 12 Bar & the Shock doctrine by Dan Ashman.
Consolidated Development, though it sounds like it, is not the latest boy band to come out of the X-factor karaoke conveyor belt. Though I’m sure there are parallels between the ethos and mind set of the firm and the entertainment show. Recently[…]

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They Don’t Represent Me: age & gender imbalance in government (by B Hennig)


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The March for Homes

Good Morning Comrades and friends all…
And what a morning song of delight do I sing…What a ‘turnout’ by Londoners yesterday, on what was after all a very cold and in every sense a real winters day, but it didn’t stop thousands of us taking to the streets to demand homes for all those in[…]

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Occupied 12Bar: Festival of Resistance

Occupy 12Bar: Festival of Resistance.
Occupied 12Bar Club.

Why Save Denmark Street?

Call to Action.
The Bohemian 4 Soho activist group calls you to action in order to save The 12 Bar Club, Denmark Street and Soho from the corporate takeover that’s been going on for the last five years.[…]

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Two Contemporary Peace Pilgrims ~ out of Occupy

On Thursday Jan 29th, in Haringey, peace activists are hosting “an evening with peace pilgrim Earthian and Sail 4 Syria’s Simon”.

Earthian and Simon both lived in the Occupy London camp outside St Paul’s Cathedral 2011-2012. After the OLSX eviction, Earthian moved to the Finsbury Square camp before setting off to spread the Occupy message[…]

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Report from this month’s Occupy Democracy (and a fail for Boris Johnson!)

London’s Mayor Boris Johnson fails in his attempt to prevent Occupy Democracy from holding monthly protests in Parliament Square
Boris backed down and removed the fencing which had previously blocked Occupy Democracy’s access to Parliament Square, after a  Judicial Review was filed by Liberty and Occupy Democracy against Boris Johnson and the Greater London Authority.[…]

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The Daffodils of West Hendon

There are many stories about the people of West Hendon and this is one of them.
The Daffodils of West Hendon.
On Thursday’s day of action, I met Leigh, a woman who has lived in her home (her precious and beautiful home) on the West Hendon Estate for forty five years. A woman who contradicts[…]

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The Infrastructure Bill will ensure our continued dependence on fossil fuels

The Infrastructure Bill will ensure our continued dependence on fossil fuels by Mel Strickland.
“…when people say, “The regulatory system is broken. It’s not protecting our health, safety and welfare.” And I say, “Well, maybe it’s not broken, but it’s working perfectly.” Because its goal is not necessarily to protect health, safety and welfare. The[…]

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