Solidarity with Jason O’Connor – Demonstration against Walworth Police Brutality
Date & Time: Thursday 25th July at 9:30am
Location: Camberwell Magistrates Court
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/393869107379649/
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are some subjects that popular music will never tire of, themes that speak across our experiences, like love and heartbreak and the heinous violence of police brutality. Alright, maybe that last one isn’t universal, but it’s certainly inspired some great tracks. Here are ten of the best songs about the cops, and probably […]
The Home Office is running a consultation on stop and search powers. You can get involved by filling in the online formÂ here. Yes, I am inciting you to engage with the government. I participated. I didn’t even swear. Hereâ€™s my responses.
To what extent do you agree or disagree that the use of police powers […]
Warning: The first video contains scenes that are distressing and involve physical restraint.
We remember the detainees at Guantanamo and other US sites by publishing these two videos:
The first is with Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def, going through the Standard Operating Procedure for force-feeding which happens twice a day in Guantanamo Bay. During Ramadan, 44 detainees […]
By Crow Bar
A retired High Court judge who presided over the inquiry into the police shooting of Azelle Rodney has concluded there was no lawful justification for the killing. But will the officer who shot and killed Rodney be brought to justice?
On Friday Sir Christopher Holland, chairman of the Azelle Rodney Inquiry, published a report […]
When Suzanne Dhaliwal wrote this response to my concerns over mental health stigma in the workplace, I began to wonder how many times I had met other women of colour within the activist networks who had recited the same story: the same feeling of not belonging, not quite knowing where they could be placed within […]Read more →
There will be no hiding place for illegal immigrants with the new #ImmigrationBill pic.twitter.com/HH2JGDKnRq
â€” The Home Office (@ukhomeoffice) July 3, 2013
You were warned, it was a long time coming. From the Conservative’s 2005:Â “Are you thinking, what we’re thinking?”, to Labour’s 2010 Manifesto section titledÂ “Crime and Immigration”Â Â to the “Stop the Open Door EU Immigration” of […]
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Cleaners at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London are to lobby the School’s governing body meeting on 4th July, demanding to be brought back in-house. The protest will take place at 1pm outside the main SOAS building.
The cleaners, members of Unison, are currently outsourced, employed by multinational contractor ISS, and are […]
By Rachel Harger / @RachelHarger
The Special Branch has been an integral part of Britainâ€™s police since 1887. Early officers of it make claims, familiar justifications of the Special Branch today, the Special Branch being an, â€œessential guarantor of stability in Britainâ€. According to these early sources back then it single handedly prevented dynamite atrocities, […]
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