Haringey TUC Local Election Question TimeRead more →
Haringey’s Local Elections take place on 3rd May 2018. But who will get your vote? Join us for an election question time where you can put your questions to a party representative.
This event is Chaired by Jenny Sutton – the UCU Rep for the CONEL.[…]
Lambeth Pan-Disability Forum Hustings LocalElections2018
The audience, with Charley of the LibDems and Jonathan of the Greens, alongside Sean, waited an extra 15 minutes for the Labour and Conservative representatives, before starting the hustings. Labour finally turned up after another 15 minutes, and the Conservatives were a no show.
Local Election Update – DISABILITY HUSTINGS 16 APRILRead more →
Come to the Lambeth Pan-Disability Forum Hustings on 16 April
Message from Sean McGovern, Chair of the LPDF[…]
Hackney Mayoral Hustings 11/04/2018Read more →
In the last Hackney elections in 2014 @hackneygreens got over 20% of the vote, more than the Tories & lib dems combined. They were 2nd in every ward except 4. Result = 50 labour councillors, 4 Conservative and 3 liberal democrats. The Incumbent Labour Mayor claims the he needs 57 Labour Councillors to properly do his job?
Will the Greens do better in Hackney this time?
With Lady P for the[…]
Interesting reading from public documents about policing us – this gives the police perspective on some of our activities in 2017. I’ve clipped most of it below but there are tables and other contents I couldn’t paste but are available at the link in first comment. Any insights we have into how the ‘players’ are thinking in this situation is helpful I think and this certainly shows that our increased activity with the help of[…]Read more →
THE UNITED RESISTANCE CAMPAIGNRead more →
A 100 Women March on Tuesday 3 April 2018 marks the beginning of a three-month sustained campaign against fracking in Lancashire and beyond.
The Lancashire Nanas and Women Against Fracking will lead Tuesday’s march in solidarity with their sisters before them, fighting for equal rights and their voices to be heard in the 100th year of women being given their rightful ability to vote. Wearing the sashes of the Suffragettes, those[…]
Open Letter to the Police at PNR…Read more →
Dear Police Officers,
What are we to do? How do you see this playing out? The reality that you as well as we (those acting to stop fracking) see is that this government wants hundreds of frack sites here in Lancashire and many thousands across the country – and equally clear is that residents throughout the UK will continue to act to stop this. It’s been 7[…]
Article 25 and the Universal Basic Income Part 2 What are the aims and objectives of STWR as an organisation, what common questions arise about economic sharing, and how can you learn more about our work and other sharing-related global issues? https://www.sharing.org/ Article 25, Universal Basic Income, Share the World’s Resources (STWR)[…]Read more →
Stealing the night… because dirty work can’t be done in the light of day or power of witness. As Cuadrilla get permission for throughout-the-night deliveries for #fracking in Lancashire, the trees of Sheffield are hacked down under cover of darkness… #WeSaidNoRead more →
Image and this from Alison Teal:
[We arrived just after 6am and it was too late. They removed the canopies of 4 healthy lime trees using handsaws on an iconic avenue. A resident was[…]
This time one year ago, by Tina RotheryRead more →
This time one year ago, I was looking at the bag I’d packed for my two-weeks in prison. Court was in the morning and unless I agreed to sign agreeing my financial situation and agree to pay Cuadrilla £55,000 (cost of an eviction that wasn’t a physical eviction – just on paper), then I would be ‘In Contempt’ and go to prison for the sentence. I[…]
Dear Prince HarryRead more →
Congratulations on your engagement to Meghan!
As a fellow Brit married to an immigrant, I wanted to share some of the enormous battles that you will surely face in the years ahead to ensure that she is allowed to stay in the country so that the two of you can live happily ever after.
First a bitterly harsh rain check. I am afraid to say that Her Majesty’s Government are making[…]
An Occupy London GA took place on Parliament Square Saturday 14th February at 7.30pm.Read more →
About 70-80 people were in attendance on a chilly, damp evening.
Liz B. facilitated and Ben was looking after the stack.
The Occupy Democracy Safer Space Policy was read out and hand signals were explained and demonstrated.
There was one proposal[…]