How do we frame this? How do we put into context the vitriol and hatred directed at a new leader that seeks to represent the needs and desires of the people. What is of course astonishing is that those that so despise him are in fact responsible for his emergence.
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CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) is an assault on democracy.
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CETA is a Canada/EU Free Trade Agreement that would effectively hand the power to control UK legislation over to private corporations and is being used to sneak both TTIP and ISDS in through the[…]
Matthew Varnham, Director of Legal Observers, questions the City of London Police over their categorisation of Occupy London as Domestic Extremists, following their recent inclusion in a presentation which pictured the movement next to Al-Qaeda and the IRA.  In a letter to the City Police Commissioner, he calls for a public apology to be[…]Read more →
Welcome to Radical Assembly, a democratic grassroots network. Workshops and skill-share planned for the 4th General Assembly include:
– gentrification and the city
– strike action in the workplace, home and beyond
– creative direct action
– sex and gender liberation
– report backs and networking
– discussion of proposals and action to take the[…]
In the last 48 hours, everything has ramped up at Sweets Way for what is likely to be a major confrontation between those who believe in the right to housing and community, and those who would see London cleansed of all but the wealthiest.
Annington has sent in contractors, Cuddy, to prepare the estate for[…]
By Peter Dombi; cross-posted from Our Broken System
With the demise of Ed Milliband after Labour’s election defeat, the race is now well underway to find a successor. Initially this seemed as if it would follow the predictable path, with various pro-business Blairite-type candidates fighting it out between them, while a token ‘Old Labour’[…]
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[…]Read more →
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