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#n30: audio from south london pickets + main march

November 30, 2011 saw public sector workers strike across the country in protest of so-called 'pension reforms' by the Con-Dem government to public pensions. The following features audio recordings of picketers discussing their reasons for participating in the national day of action as well as some rambles and observations of the days actions from my perspective.

UPDATE on Hackney 41 arrests

POLICE are now saying 41 people have been arrested for suspicion of breach of the peace outside CLR James library in Dalston, Hackney, yesterday of which two remain in custody with the rest bailed (see earlier post for background)

Pics: banners at #N30 demonstration

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N30 was thee biggest day of strike action seen in the UK for decades, and so London saw hundreds of thousands of people marching together in a demonstration called by most public sector unions. Here there are some photos of traditional union banners on display at the demo, as well as banners from a variety of groups and organisations that came together to fight the government cuts in public sector…

Occupy London targets UK’s highest paid FTSE CEO

Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – today highlighted the corporate greed endemic in the UK and called for a change within society.

About 60 protestors gained entry into the offices of mining company Xstrata, a ‘leading light’ of the FTSE 100 and British industry to highlight the fact that CEO Mick Davies was the highest compensated CEO of all th…

Police re-arrest Dalston 37 for affray

Police re-arrest 37 activists, academics and striking public sector workers arrested outiside Dalston library on Wednesday morning after being kettled by police.

N30 Strike! MARCH

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A few photos of N30 Strike Demo at Victoria Embankment. I'm afraid my kids were a bit unco-operative - they thought the whole thing was very boring and no fun! Quite perceptive... anyway this is what I managed to photograph.

Strike! N30

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Public sector workers meeting up at Windrush Square this morning before heading off to the main N30 strike at Victoria Embankment.

Strike: All power to the 99%

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Strikes and Pickets started early in the morning at their workplaces. In City of London there was a banner drop in Liverpool street station stating "All power to the 99%", accompanied by a band and the Electricians started picketing their work places. Dave Prentis of UNISON said earlier that it..."should be the richest people (bankers) not the poorest workers bailing out the economy" which sums up…

#N30 Strike: Pickets & Actions » London

Latest Actions & Pickets

Copyleft graphics in support of N30

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Free graphics to download and show your support for 30th of November.

Solidarity Federation: Wage theft victory in South

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A pub worker and South London Solidarity Federation have together won 6 weeks - over £700 - in stolen wages after a campaign of direct action and threatening pickets of a London pub.Laura was employed by ‘The Hartley' pub in South London. She was let go after she refused to work because she hadn't been paid for 6 weeks - owed over £700 dating back to mid-September.

N30 strike: N30 strike website

Anarchist resource for N30 public sector strike

This website is specifically aimed at keeping people informed and updated about he activities of anarchist and radical groups in the run up to Nov 30th and on the day of the strike itself. Plus promoting the active involvement by anarchists and radical groups in organised and effective action in support of striking public sector workers.

The ma…

Alarm: All out on November 30th! ALARM statement

All out on November 30th!

Solidarity to the strikers

The All London Anarchist Revolutionary Movement (ALARM) would like to express solidarity with the 3 million workers taking strike action on November 30th. We are workers, students, the unemployed, trade unionists, parents, carers, activists. Many of us will be striking on that day and many more of us will join you on your picket line and m…

The Commune: commune leaflet for 30th november

The Commune’s leaflet for Wednesday’s strike looks at how we can escalate the fight against cuts, and how this fits into the goal of revolutionising society. Click here to see the PDF.

Constitution day

November 30, 2011 12:00

The Houses of Parliament, The Supreme Court and Parliament Square

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Constitution day

December 01, 2011 12:00

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The Houses of Parliament, The Supreme Court and Parliament Square

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Constitution day

November 30, 2011 12:00

The Houses of Parliament, The Supreme Court and Parliament Square

Westminster London

Constitution day

December 01, 2011 12:00

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The Houses of Parliament, The Supreme Court and Parliament Square

Westminster London

We are not outraged...

But we are not resigned...

We are at class war...!

UCU Pickets and Marches on 30th Nov

November 30, 2011 09:00

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Most Universities and college will have pickets outside from early on next Wednesday - please support you local picket line. Not only is this a fight for our pensions - it is an all out attack on the existance of Unions by this CON-Dem government, with plans to remove the ability for unions to strike and unions to organise.

Occupy London protest with Old Bailey Cleaners

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On Thursday 24th November at 4:30pm, there will be loud and colourful demonstration at the historic Old Bailey*, supported by the IWW and Occupy London. The people who clean the offices of the law firm, McGrigors, at the Old Bailey, are protesting against the illegal practices, bullying and the union-busting treatment they have received by Apollo Cleaning Services.

Apollo Cleaning Services wa…

Tahrir in London

November 26, 2011 12:00

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March to Egyptian Embassy off Park Lane. Meet near Edgeware Road tube station at 12pm

Vimeo: Occupied Barcelona: The Spanish Election Rejection

In the midst of rising unemployment rates, extensive austerity measures and increased privatization, many Spanish people are losing faith in electoral politics.

See the video at the link below ..

Launch of new N30 strike website

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The launch of a new N30 strike website specifically aimed at keeping anarchists informed and updated about activities in the run up and on the day of the strike itself. Promoting active involvement by anarchists and radical groups in organised and effective action in support of striking public sector workers.

Counterpunch.org: Counterpunch

A conversation between two veteran left activists about the meaning of Occupy.

Dissident Island Radio tonight - Episode 93

November 18, 2011 21:00

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www.dissidentisland.org  //  www.catalystradio.org

 

http://icecast.catalystradio.org:8000/catalyst.mp3

Stop oppressing peaceful demonstrations

November 15, 2011 17:00

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U.S embassy 24 Grosvenor Square, London W1A 1AE 020 7499 9000

A pamphlet a long time ago: Right to be lazy

Hi just to point out some of the things that our ancestors said. I think it brings light onto to the so called London "riots" early on in the year and is more anarchist than the anarchist of our times are which is very sad (see a statement in Indy media).

State Deploys ‘Divide & Conquer’ Tactics on 09 Nov

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Dateline: Central London, UK, 11:00-17:00, Wednesday 09 November 2011 – Uncowed by the viscious and violent attacks by police on the November and December 2010 student demonstrations, on Wednesday thousands of students, young people, education workers and their supporters marched on the City of London. Meanwhile, electrician building site workers, in dispute with their employers and demonstratin…

Alarm: Where do we go from here?

Were the Nov. 9th protests a game changer as we suggested they could be in a previous post? The answer is yes but certainly not in the way that we were hoping events would turn out! The hoped for meeting up of the sparks and students to unite as one protest was shafted by what can best be described as ‘total policing’ tactics from the Met aimed at intimidating and frustrating protesters every…