Matthew Varnham, Director of Legal Observers, questions the City of London Police over their categorisation of Occupy London as Domestic Extremists, following their recent inclusion in a presentation which pictured the movement next to Al-Qaeda and the IRA.  In a letter to the City Police Commissioner, he calls for a public apology to be[…]Read more →
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Join us for a day of plotting, planning and scheming for Occupy Democracy’s 10 day occupation of Parliament Square in May!
11:30am, March 14th – Venue SOAS, room numbers to be confirmed.
We need YOU and your ideas and contributions to create engaging workshops, lively discussions and creative direct actions that will expose our broken[…]
Occupy Democracy are calling out for evidence and witness statements from those who attended the #occupydemocracy protest in Parliament Square between the in either October, November or December. Those of you who attended in October will have been aware of the escalating police presence, the erection of fencing and a number of arrests that were[…]Read more →
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OCCUPY LONDON: Consensus agreements 2011
Police are still resisting legal claims from more than 10 other women who say they have suffered emotional trauma after discovering that their one-time boyfriends were undercover officers.
By Rob Evans
Crossposted from the Guardian
The Metropolitan police are to pay more than £400,000 to a woman who has been profoundly traumatised[…]Read more →
Anyone of them at any time could be livestreaming. They are swapping around shifts x[…]
Crossposted from Deutsche Welle
Facing sustained criticism of free trade and investor protection treaties CETA and TTIP between the EU, Canada and the USA, the German government now wants to delay approval of CETA. But a delay isn’t a rejection.
A free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union that was agreed in principle[…]
COME TO THE PLANNING MEETING
173-177 Euston Road
Where we are at now.
There is a huge democratic deficit. Political decisions are mostly the product of powerful economic interests. The 1% fund our political parties and our media. The views and opinions of the public on issues like the nhs, energy[…]