A tribute to Kwame Ofosu-Asare who died from a fatal stabbing in Lambeth, South London
What is touching about the video, is despite the stereotypes of hyper-masculinity, his male friends have no qualms about expressing their sorrow and love for a fallen friend. These bitter and sad experience of losing friends at a young age. May […]
The misery of poverty and pain of austerity measures being undertaken in Greece though unprecedented in Europe, has happened in Africa, Asia and Latin America for centuries and in many countries on those continents continues to suffer its effects.
However the resistance to the troika has brought about not only fierce resistance but innovative forms of […]
TAKE ACTION NOW! PleaseÂ write to your MPÂ and urge them to vote against the proposals. You can also come toÂ the protest happening on 20 January outside Parliament, which the BHA and other groups are supporting.
Tomorrow, Â 20 January, Nadine Dorries’ proposed Sex Education (Required Content) Bill, which seeks to secure abstinence education for girls only, is due […]
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At short notice it has been announced that the new Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service, Bernard “total policing” Hogan-Howe is holding a discussion with him on Wednesday 7 December 2011 at 7pm – 8pm, though the venue will open for refreshments at 6:30pm. The meeting is open to residents of Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich […]Read more →
MP John McDonnell has added his backing to sacked trade unionist Abdul Omer Mohsin who is going to an employment tribunal on November 7th asserting unfair dismissal and seeking reinstatement to his job with Sovereign Busses where he was Unite union convenor. Sovereign runs buses from Harrow and Edgware Garages. It is part of the […]Read more →
From SQUASH Campaign
Housing charities, MPs, squatters, property consultants, activists, lawyers and artists have accused the coalition government of sneaking in an amendment to the Legal Aid and Sentencing Bill announced on Wednesday by Justice Secretary Ken Clarke to â€œmake squatting in residential buildings a criminal offenceâ€. Campaigners say the amendment will not take into account […]Read more →
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