Without access to the internet, we would be reliant on the few infotainment conglomerates for news and analysis. Blogging and alternative news media have given us access to an avalanche of information within which we can find nuggets of truth. However, established interests and governments have not stood aside from the world wide web but[…]Read more →
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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 →
Saturday 24 November
Assemble 12 noon Downing Street; march to the Israeli Embassy
Organised by: Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Stop the War Coalition, CND, British Muslim Initiative, Palestinian Forum in BritainSupported by:
The national trade unions PCS, RMT, and FBU; Jews for Justice for Palestinians, Friends of Al-Aqsa, Islamic Forum Europe, Association of Palestinian Communities, Amos[…]
Sick and tired of being ripped off by landlords?
Been bullied by bailiffs?
Been moved on with no place to go?!
Join other tenants, travellers and squatters for a friendly afternoon of socialising, strategizing and networking.
There will be talks from various groups on upcoming campaigns & actions.
14.00 – 18.00pm[…]
By Matthew Varnham, supporter of Occupy London & human rights activist
Happy Independence Day Palestine
On 15 November 1988 the independent state of Palestine was proclaimed by the Palestine National Council (PNC). Just as we pass now into 15 November 2012, Israel has launched airstrikes against Gaza – Operation Pillar of Defence.
At the[…]Read more →
When it comes to strategy and tactics, in spite of our firm principles, there is no one right way. A tactic that works excellently at one time can easily crash and burn at another time. Certain tactics have great appeal to one section of society and can easily alienate others. Tactical choices are based on[…]Read more →
Occupy London General Assembly
25 October 2012 7pm
Steps of St Paul’s
Summary of Consensus Decisions (Detailed Breakdown Below)
1. Proposal for GA to endorse joint statement regarding Friern Barnet library – CONSENSUS
2. Request for £70 to pay 50% of fine – NOT PRESENTED
3. Request for £1,700 for 56% of New Putney Debates[…]
Today at the High Court, Justice Hickinbottom ruled that Islington Borough Council has the right to repossess Finsbury Square, which could potential bring about the end of one of the Occupy movement’s longest running camps – Occupy London Finsbury Square.
The occupiers, resident since 21 October 2011 in Finsbury Square – situated in the heart[…]Read more →