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This Saturday will see the first major action of the newly formed Occupy London. We plan to occupy the London Stock Exchange at 1pm and this will form a part of a Global Day of Action, which will see the … Continue reading
Feeling very reinvigorated after a weekend’s protest. After yesterday’s anti war demo we occupied Westminster Bridge this afternoon in order to apply pressure on the House of Lords, who will be voting on the reforms this week. It was fantastic … Continue reading
Today we descended upon Camden to protest against the government’s NHS reforms. The government is trying to rush these reforms through despite massive opposition from the public, from NHS staff and healthcare experts. What’s more, this government got into power … 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
Some cuts-related reportage, courtesy of Private Eye. PFI Controversy Private Finance Initiatives (PFI) commitments cost us dearly and often yield little reward for any other than the financiers. George Osborne, having denounced their merit prior to the election, he is … 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
In the wake of the protest campaigners who were affiliated with UK Uncut were arrested, having peacefully occupied Fortnum and Mason on account of their store’s owners, Whittington Investements, dodging over £40m in tax. There is clear evidence that a … Continue reading