Last night’s event at a packed out Friend’s Meeting House in Euston, entitled Resistance: the Best Olympic Spirit, was truly inspiring. We are glad to be able to post the audio of the speeches made by John Carlos and Janet Alder below.
A full report from last night’s event can be found on the TUSC Independent […]
From Traveller Solidarity Network
Tony Ball, leader of Basildon Council and architect of the Dale Farm eviction, was forced to flee an awards ceremony by angry protesters in central London last night.
From London Antifascists
This Saturday 25th February, we will be laying a wreath at the International Brigades Memorial, Jubilee Gardens SE1 at 1pm to commemorate
our fallen comrade. We encourage all antifascists and radicals to join us.
By Robert Kazandjian, Justin B and Barnes McAleer / @RKazandjian @Justinthelibsoc @RepStones
Khader Adnan went on hunger strike while shackled to his hospital bed for 66 days, the same length of time as Bobby Sands. While he was near his last breath, it has ended due to the Israeli government agreeing to grant him freedom on […]
Over the last few days there has been outrage amongst the British public whipped up by the Tabloid Press, both Labour and Conservative MPs alike that Abu Qatada, often described as “Bin Laden’s right hand man in Europe” has been freed by British courts and our immigration system refuses to deport him to a […]
From Wandsworth Against Cuts
Campaign group Wandsworth Against Cuts welcomes the decision of Wandsworth Council to stop the eviction process they started after last summer’s riot at Clapham Junction. Maite de la Calva and her lawyer, Emma Norton from Liberty, met Wandsworth Council on Thursday 19 January, and were told that the Council are not going […]Read more →
By Koos Couvee / @kooscouvee
Over two hundred people gathered at the steps of St Pauls cathedral today to celebrate the birthday of Reverend Dr Martin Luther King, commemorate his life’s work and share their views on how Dr King’s legacy is relevant today.
The event, a collaboration of community activists, church members, trade union representatives and […]
by Kwadwo Kari-Kari
Wednesday 30th November is a momentous day in the history of British Industrial Relations. Never before has Britain been faced with over 2 million workers collectively going on strike on the same day. However though the numbers are impressive, the cause which public sector pensions is very narrow in comparison to previous historic […]Read more →
by Josh Hall / @JoshAJHall
Last night council tenants, squatters, private tenants and MPs gathered in Parliament to consider the next steps in the campaign for secure housing.
The meeting, called by Defend Council Housing and the House of Commons Council Housing Group, sought to connect those fighting against the implementation of aspects of the Localism Bill [doc] […]
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