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COP21 – Saturday 12th December: Action in solidarity with Paris activists

COP21 – A deal that kills our planet is no deal for us
Join our red lines action!
As the UN climate talks in Paris draw to a close, activists in Paris, despite the state of emergency, will be finding creative ways to make their voices heard and to remind the world of what is[…]

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Judge Langley Gives Green Light to CORRUPTION!

Judge Langley Gives Green Light to CORRUPTION!
Women`s charity kicking out homeless women, including one pregnant, onto the streets who have been searching for a place to stay this winter.
They wanted to surprise the homeless in the area, along with people who are looking for company from the local community, with Christmas dinner this[…]

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Syria Vote: Once again Parliament fails the people

  
  
  
Parliament’s vote to join in the bombing of targets in Syria, with a majority made respectable only with the backing of 66 pro-war Labour MPs, will do nothing to defeat Islamic State (Isis) and everything to stoke international tensions and a drive to war.
The vote also shows once again how out[…]

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Camden Mothership Campaigners Hope for Christmas Dinner in the Housing Office

  
  
  
PRESS RELEASE
Can Mike Cooke- Save Christmas?
Housing Campaigners Hope for Christmas Dinner in the Housing Office
Although there is overwhelming support from the public and negotiations have been ongoing for the last fortnight, Camden Council has commenced legal proceedings to take the Mothership Group to court on Friday 27th November at[…]

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Boris Johnson’s decision to close Parliament Square to Occupy Democracy to be challenged in High Court

  
  
  
http://occupydemocracy.org.uk/2015/11/24/boris-johnsons-decision-to-close-parliament-square-to-occupy-democracy-to-be-challenged-in-high-court-tomorrow/
Boris Johnson’s decision to close Parliament Square to Occupy Democracy to be challenged in High Court tomorrow
• All previous 17 cases relating to Occupy Democracy protests acquitted or dismissed
• Policing operation costs exceeded £2 million
• Case is a litmus test of our democratic freedoms
• Mayor of London[…]

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Re-imagine Democracy – Towards a Citizens’ Convention on the Constitution

Jointly called by Assemblies for Democracy and Occupy Democracy at the Runnymede Festival for Democracy on the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
Occupy Democracy activists and supporters will be key contributors to this ‘Re-imagining Democracy’ event on Saturday November 14 from 10:45 to 16:30 at Waterloo Action Centre, Baylis Road, SE1 7AA.
More info:[…]

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4th Anniversary General Assembly!

SATURDAY 17th 2pm @ St. Paul’s Churchyard
Climate change: if not now, when? If not us, who?
Confirmed speakers so far from:
Operation Noah
Reclaim the Power
Global Justice Now
Biofuelwatch
Campaign against Climate Change
Anti-fracking Nanas
HACAN/No 3rd runway
Plane Stupid
Provisional programme:
2-3pm Intro & welcome. Speakers have five minutes each to explain[…]

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OCCUPY DEMOCRACY CHARGES DISMISSED IN COURT

12 peaceful protesters have charges dropped in first two trials.

Judge rules tarpaulin not a structure designed or adapted for sleeping.

£1,945,279 spent in policing operation between mid-October and mid-February.

Police criticised for labelling Occupy Movement ‘Domestic Extremists.’

Judicial Review against Mayor’s decision to close Parliament Square Gardens in run-up to election continues.

 

Charges[…]

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The Occupy Gandhi Three Update by Donnachadh McCarthy

The Occupy Gandhi Three Update by Donnachadh McCarthy
(Update on my Gandhi arrest!)
At 11.30am on Monday – three things were happening for me simultaneuously.
RUNNYMEDE TALK
I was giving the talk that I was invited to give about The Prostitute State at the Runnymede Eco-Village Festival of Democracy which was surrounded by police, illegally[…]

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