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Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool.

Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool by Peter Yankowski
Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool. Seems that there is a metaphorical or maybe even an actual tear in reality as state sanctioned violence and consumerism meets peaceful protectors. The fossil fuel industries have sold and consumed most[…]

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Occupy Mayday at PNR Site 28072017 #RollingResistance

Occupy Mayday at PNR Site 28072017 #RollingResistance

Firstly … In parts this time, just in case … You’re correct, I can not access 4G data on the Three network.
Today, all in all, would have qualified as being a fairly decent anti-fracking action, if not for how it ended. There was a total lockdown of[…]

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The Poison Papers: Secret Concerns of Industry and Regulators on the Hazards of Pesticides and Other Chemicals

This is a mirror of the original article in Ecowatch.
The Poison Papers: Secret Concerns of Industry and Regulators on the Hazards of Pesticides and Other Chemicals
The Bioscience Resource Project and the Center for Media and Democracy released a trove of rediscovered and newly digitized chemical industry and regulatory agency documents Wednesday stretching back[…]

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That’s Lancashire video about PNR Fracking with Tina Louise Rothery

From 11/07/2017
Tina Louise Rothery interview regarding the protection camp set up against Cuadrilla poisoning the water supply in Lancashire.
Lancashire Police have drafted in officers from other forces to launch a 24-hour operation at the fracking site in Fylde.
Current £450,000 tax payers’ money ([per month) budgeted for the Police to act as Cuadrilla[…]

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Brexit crisis a chance to turn the tables on the Tories

Brexit crisis a chance to turn the tables on the Tories – by Philip Wade

If talk of the “constitution” leaves you cold, think again because the political crisis blowing up around Brexit can be made into an opportunity for citizens to shape the future in their own interests.
The UK constitution – like any[…]

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Russian Revolution: A huge leap into the unknown

Russian Revolution: A huge leap into the unknown
In the first of a series of articles to mark the centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution, Corinna Lotz talks to British Library curator, Ekaterina Rogatchevskaia

One hundred years ago this month, stormy demonstrations of workers and soldiers broke out in Petrograd, today’s St Petersburg, then the[…]

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Day 139 in the Cuadrilla House

Day 139 in the Cuadrilla House… and the good people were over 200 in number and bountiful with the vegetables and fruits of our lands as we honoured the food growers in their stand against fracking. The day was incredible… though early violent incidents by police marked its start… and lies and deceit by police[…]

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Another we knew has passed.

Another we knew has passed. Those of us who made a fuss in 2009-2014, the cost is high.

The sky is crying today for Joey who moved on to the next part of his journey last night. He was many things: recycling passion man, stalwart of so many festivals, road protests, peace camps and Occupy[…]

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Marriotts of Fire Update Friday 21st July 2017

Marriotts of Fire Update Friday 21st July 2017
I’ve been quite regularly at a protest south of Chesterfield for almost a month, but we need lots of help getting folk here.
We only have four or five left in the camp. Police arrest dozens, and ban them from the entire county of Derbyshire via bullshit[…]

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