Occupy London are calling out for evidence and witness statements from those who attended the #occupydemocracy protest in Parliament Square between the 17th and 26th October. Those of you who attended at some point will have been aware of the escalating police presence, the erection of fencing and a number of arrests that were made[…]Read more →
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Remember remember the 5th of November, gunpowder, treason and BBC blackout! and so it was last night as thousands of UK Anons congregated in London’s Trafalgar Sq. the fourth annual Anonymous ‘Night of activism’ the so called Million Mask March. Anonymous had announced their intention to march to Parliament Square and in the words of[…]Read more →
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Tomorrow, Tuesday 26 November there will be an application by seven London councils for judicial review of the Mayor’s decision to close ten London fire stations and cut 552 firefighters, 14 engines and 2 FRUs. There will be a Red Balloon[…]Read more →
After seven months on bail and an intensive five days taken in two sittings of Westminster Magistrate’s Court, the ‘Xstrata 16’ were yesterday found not guilty of behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress by disrupting work activity of global mining giant Xstrata in their London offices last November 30th.
The activists were arrested[…]
The following will appear in tomorrow’s corrections and clarifications column in The Guardian.
• Occupy London protesters issue demands to lord mayor was amended to make clear that the demands made by Occupy London’s general assembly to the Corporation of London are different from those outlined in the article, which were based on information given[…]
In yesterday’s edition of the Independent, Tom Hodgkinson wrote a positive and thoughtful review of his experiences at the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp, and came to the conclusion that the Occupy protest was a fundamentally Christian one.
While it is easy to see how one might come to this conclusion, one must ask, does[…]
On Tuesday night, the London Central Branch of the National Union of Journalists passed several motions of solidarity with speakers in advance of yesterday’s Student Demonstrations, and the upcoming strikes with the NUT, PCS, and UCU on the 30th November.
Meeting with speakers from the Occupy London Stock Exchange in a special solidarity meeting, the[…]
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/exclusive-coverup-at-st-pauls-2377923.html[…]Read more →