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JULY 4th 2012 HOUSING PETITION TO NO. 10 DOWNING STREET

Housing Petition to No 10 Downing Street.
A Community Housing Policy Fit for Purpose
Housing is the third most fundamental of human needs after water and food and it is therefore a matter of grave concern in a supposedly civilised democracy that there has been nothing resembling a responsible policy on this front for more[...]

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DPAC DIRECT ACTION: 10,000 CUTS AND COUNTING. SCRAP ATOS

By Andria E-M.
During the 1980s and 1990′s, I must have buried or cremated 100 friends. Most of them died from AIDS, or drug overdoses. So when I got to Parliament Sq early on this day of action, I was immediately sent back down memory lane watching Jamie and Janie placing flowers all over the[...]

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THE LAST STAND, LEICESTER AUGUST 2013, PART OF NATIONAL MASS SLEEP OUT

 
Leicester City Council (LCC) currently has 54 councillors, of those 52 are Labour Politicians; given this, you would be forgiven in thinking City residents are protected from some of the most brutal Welfare Cuts for 30 years?
The reality is LCC have imposed every one of the Governments Policies at it’s fullest, and in[...]

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People’s Assembly: Welfare not Warfare.

Welfare not Warfare
The government is spending billions on war in Afghanistan while it wields the austerity axe on benefits, housing, health and education. Spending on the Trident nuclear submarine system is protected while libraries close and public sector workers see wage cuts. The wars of the past decade have had a terrible cost in[...]

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Occupy London responds to the Evening Standard

Since the City of London Corporation published its legal bundle over the weekend – an account of its case that naturally gives a rather one sided picture of Occupy London Stock Exchange and its camp at St Paul’s Churchyard – there have been a series of stories in the media which give an account of[...]

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Occupy London statement on renewed legal action from the City of London Corporation

Today the City of London Corporation announced that they intend to recommence their legal action against us under the Highways Act.
As a movement, Occupy London believes in bringing divergent views together in a spirit of open discussion, with the intention of reaching consensus.  We are therefore disappointed that the City of London Corporation has [...]

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