Enough is Enough! Stop the Deportation of Trenton Oldfield! Cease Pulling Loved Ones Apart!

 
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Date(s) - 18/11/2013
9:45 am - 3:00 pm

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IAC Hatton Cross, York House

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Enough is Enough! Stop the Deportation of Trenton Oldfield! Cease Pulling Loved Ones Apart!

Enough is Enough! Stop the Deportation of Trenton Oldfield! Cease Pulling Loved Ones Apart!

Enough is Enough! Stop the Deportation of Trenton Oldfield! Cease Pulling Loved Ones Apart!

[Where]
IAC Hatton Cross, York House, 2/3 Dukes Green Avenue, Feltham, Middlesex TW14 OLS
[Description]

It is with much regret we inform you the Home Secretary Teresa May is pressing ahead with its plan to prevent Trenton Oldfield from staying in Britain with his family.

Please join us at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal on Monday 18th November 2013! Deportation would mean the heartbreaking tearing apart of our family, livelihood, life and work. Help us prevent tragedy turning to farce.

Not only was Trenton criminalised for a peaceful direct action protest against the ideas that generate inequality and elitism, he was over punished using a 12th century common law after political interference.

Trenton received a 6 month jail sentence and ‘the albatross’ that is a criminal record. Furthermore ‘The Crown’ forced its costs for its prosecution onto Trenton (recently raised by selling his prison diary).

In June the Home Office announced its plans to prevent Trenton from remaining in the UK with his family. Not only are Trenton & Deepa a couple with a newborn child but they also work together. In 2007 they founded This Is Not A Gateway. In 2009 they founded Myrdle Court Press. Both organisations are not-for-profit and work to address the ideas that create inequality and challenge the status quo.

Despite everything the Home Office has decided in the last few days to proceed with a tribunal (one judge) where ‘the system’ is meant to prove that Trenton is ‘not conducive to the public good’ and his threat to the UK outweighs Trenton, Deepa and Sunaya’s ‘Right to A Family Life’, ‘Right to Free Expression’ etc.

Ways in which you can support:

i. Save The Date. Attend the Tribunal. Sign up to give evidence that Trenton IS conducive ‘the public good’.

ii. Write a character reference – outlining why Trenton and Trenton’s work IS conducive to ‘the public good’.

iii. Sign the petition set up by Defend the Right to Protest http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/theresa-may-home-office-stop-the-deportation-of-trenton-oldfield and share it with friends.

iv. Get a copy of ‘TheQueen vs Trenton Oldfield; A Prison Dairy’ to read about Trenton’s prison and family experience since the April 2012 protest. http://www.myrdlecourtpress.net/bookshop.html –

Email coordinators@thisisnotagateway.net

 
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