Tina Louise Rothery is being persecuted through the legal system for over £55,000 in costs. It’s fracking company Cuadrilla that is ultimately behind this, presumably to make an example of Tina and to put off future anti fracking protest.
The court wants Tina to pay £55,342.37 in costs for an ‘eviction’ (that wasn’t an eviction[…]
Written By Inka Stafrace.
Originally published at InkaStafrace.com
The debate for Brexit has become white hot. The only thing any of us can genuinely be sure of is that for the radical left, either vote leads us into Pan’s Labyrinth.
To clarify, the ‘radical left’ are people who do not accept that ‘the market’ is[…]
Written by Inka Stafrace. Originally published here.
The Transforming Finance Conference 2016, held at UCL, Bedford Way, Central London, organized by the Finance Innovation Lab, May 11th brought together campaigners, trade unionists, policymakers, researchers, academics and innovators to share their projected solutions to what they considered to be the most pressing flaws in our finance[…]
We shut down the UK’s largest coal mine.
Wow. I’ll never get tired of saying that.
After an amazing camp – jam-packed with speakers, workshops, entertainment, delicious food and more – over 300 of us took action on Tuesday to shut down Ffos-y-fran mine, and no-one was arrested. It was the biggest ever mass[…]
By Mary Bolinbroke
We live in a society that has spent many decades establishing a culture of pressures and materialistic milestones to push our kids into their future. Democracy built around corporations has neatly set up guidelines for our lives. Young people are now taught that there is only one route that may be taken[…]
This is a guest post by Louise at Biofuelwatch.
Deep in the heart of north Yorkshire, near Selby, lives a giant dinosaur. Not the kind with scales and wings, the kind that grumbles along, producing electricity fuelled by coal and biomass. This dinosaur is called Drax, and it’s time has come. As far as Biofuelwatch[…]
By Peter Dombi; cross-posted from Our Broken System
This week we have been rocked by the Tax Avoidance scandal coming out of Panama, after a whistle-blower leaked more than 11 million documents from the law-firm Mossack Fonseca. This firm has spent the last 40 years helping their wealthy clients worldwide to hide money and[…]
Iceland wouldn’t put up with their crooked Prime Minister, and neither should we. It’s now clear that David Cameron and his family have benefitted hugely from offshore tax havens, all the while he lectures us on how morally wrong it is, and how his government is closing tax havens down. He’s a liar and a[…]Read more →