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This Summer has not seen much in the way of angry demonstration and a worrying but fairly understandable lapse of organised protest-always the way eh. But the continued stagnation of our economy and our steady decline of living standards has … Continue reading
Andrew Lansley’s thinly disguised plans to privatise the NHS threaten to increase inequality in access to healthcare and create a system like that in the US, where a third of healthcare costs are invested in administration rather than patients’ best … Continue reading
On Sunday, WDM (World Development Movement) campaigners got together outside Barclays on Upper Street, Angel to raise awareness of the bank’s involvement in dangerous food speculation. As with a lot of the secretive dealings of massive financial institutions, food speculation … Continue reading
With the government and press’s denigration of UK Uncut’s reputation it is now crucially important to sustain the campaign, support those who were arrested on the march and to re-establish ourselves as proponents of creative and effective protest and free … Continue reading
A group you may be interested in following: Fortnum145, showing solidarity with the 145 people arrested for peaceful protests in Fortnum & Mason on 26th March http://www.facebook.com/FortnumMason145?sk=app_4949752878 http://fortnum145.org/ http://twitter.com/fm145 APW
Here is a song about banks and corrupt politicians: http://www.myspace.com/ralphabetmusic It’s (provisionally) called Sold Out. Unless we progress with reform And address iniquity’s root cause we’ll be at mercy to money’s force and things won’t get better before they get … Continue reading
Much action is planned for March 26th, as you know. Everyone’s representing – the unions, students against the cuts, women against the cuts, knitters against cuts (they probably exist), Cuts Discussed (!), the anarchists, puppets for protest (they do exist), … Continue reading