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The streets of East London turn green and gold!

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Over 30 merry men and women could be spotted running around the streets of East London last Sunday, spreading the word about the Robin Hood Tax campaign.

Pix-&-Vidz of Haringey Independence Day 2009

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Dateline: Haringey, London, UK, Sat 30 May 09 – On a gloriously sunny Saturday in May, Haringey Independence Day 2009 provided discussions, workshops, stalls, films, socialising and refreshments for everyone who cares about their community, environment and workplace and wants to change them for the better. 

 

Dinner at domestic departures

January 12, 2009 19:00

Domestic departures - Heathrow Terminal 1

Project Chanology Shows How It's Done

Project Chanology was launched early this year and already the the collective has become well respected around the world with favorable as well as idiotic news coverage within the increasingly obsolete mainstream media.? Chanology shows the world the coming thing in Internet-based anonymous organization of citizens for the opposition of organized crime and unethical corporations.

Climate Change Critical Mass and March Pics

This morning around 150 cyclists rode from lincoln's inn fields via several pertinent stops to the start of the Climate March at Grosvenor Square. There, several thousand protestors marched to Westminster as part of a campaign to force the government to take climate change seriously.

Hear audio of speeches outside the Department of Transport | See video of the critical mas | Further report and pi…

DAN blocks Whitehall against Welfare Reform Act

On Wednesday 3rd December, the International Day of Disabled People 2008, activists from the UK Disabled People's Direct Action Network (DAN) and London Coalition Against Poverty (LCAP) blocked traffic both ways on Whitehall, directly outside Downing Street, for over 45 minutes in protest against the new Welfare Reform Act, which replaces Incapacity Benefit with a much more punitive "Employment Su…

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London cops friends and supporters of the defendants, Hyrbyair Marri and Faiz Baloch, staged a protest outside the Woolwich Crown Court on Monday. the protestors were calling for the trial to be halted and the charges dropped. Marri is a younger brother of Nawabzada Bala'ach Marri, member of the Baluchistan state assembly, who was assassinated by the Pakistan army on November 20 last year.

Buy Nothing Day Hits London

'Buy nothing day' is an annual international anti-consumerist day. Put simply: people are encouraged to stop shopping for one day. This year's cellebration was marked in London with two different events on Saturday 29th. In Brixton activists that had met up at the Library House Social Centre set up a 'free shop' next to the tube station, whilst in Oxford St the Space Hijackers invited people to "T…

Participatory democracy, East London style

First impressions of the Twelth Anniversary Assembly of The East London Communities Organisation, TELCO. (12/11/08)

Mass Action Victory Scuppers E.ON Recruitment Plan

National wave of student protest forces energy giant to abandon recruitment tour



Anti-coal protests at graduate careers fairs around the UK have forced E.ON to cancel the remainder of its recruitment tour. The energy company, which is planning to build a new coal power station at Kingsnorth, Kent [1], has seen at least seventeen of its careers events disrupted over the last few weeks [2].

International day of Solidarity for Lex Wotton

Action taken last Thursday in London as part of International Day of Solidarity for Lex Wotton, Australian Aboriginal political prisoner.

02nov - two men arrested for illegal socpa protest

two men were arrested at downing street on sunday 2nd november for protesting without permission. they were left wondering why there was only two of them when all activists should unite to break this silly law.

should all activists unite to break socpa?

this is a common cause behind which all can unite. socpa is absurd.

Annual United Families & Friends Remembrance

On Saturday 25th October 2008, the 10th Annual United Families & Friends Remembrance procession took place in central London, with several hundred people in attendance, including many family members of those who have died in suspicious circumstances in police custody, prison and 'secure' mental health facilities.

Reports and Photos: 1 | 2 | 3

Demonstration for Sacked Colombian Cleaners

More than forty people demonstrated outside the Institute of Engineering and Technology in Savoy Place on Wednesday 22nd,? in support of Colombian cleaners unfairly dismissed by the cleaning company Amey. There was a simultaneous demonstration in Bristol outside Ameys offices there [Photo]

One of the sacked cleaners and a former trade unionist in Colombia, Julio Mayor, said:



We were sacked for …

Space Hijackers at the DSEi Baby Show

Sometimes it baffles even the warped minds of the Space Hijackers to see what the people we battle against decide to do. It really is true that life is stranger than fiction.



Clarion Events, the largest independent exhibition organisers in the country, have obviously lost track of their common sense and moral compass. In a move which can only be described as totally bizarre, the company have decide…

Pix of Greenwash Guerillas @ EDF - Mon 20 Oct 08

London Rising Tide's Greenwash Guerillas Brigade, Detection Platoon #1, moved into action this morning at 08:00 hours – targeting dirty great energy corporation Électricité de France (EDF) at the central London headquarters (HQ) of their UK subsidiary EDF Energy.   



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Anarchist Bookfair 2008

Autumn, the leaves turning golden, the Anarchist Bookfair. Stepney in East London, Saturday 18 October 2008.

London Protest Against Italian Ethnic Cleansing

Roma in Italy are suffering ethnic cleansing. Protesters held a lunchtime vigil at the Italian Embassy in London on Thursday 17 October, 2008. Report and Pictures by Peter Marshall, images (C) 2008, Peter Marshall

HLS & NYSE Shareholders Protests

Wednesday 15th October, 07:30hrs. Activists arrive at the New York Stock Exchange on Cousin Lane, London. It's been nearly 2 years since an early morning demonstration took place there. A few minutes after their arrival, staff realised they were there and rushed to close the shutters. The activists were only just handing out leaflets and holding placards. There wasn't even a megaphone in sight. Re…