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The cycle injuries TFL ignored

New research shows cyclists' injuries which TFL decided to ignore

Boris Johnson Approved Controversial UKCMRI Lab

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Boris Johnson has approved the highly controversial UKCMRI bioresearch laboratory project proposed for central London, with very little national media attention. The application fell into the height category requiring it to be referred to the Mayor.  More information below........

New Inquiry into UKCMRI Proposed Lab Announced

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The Science and Technology Committee has announced a new inquiry into the controversial UKCMRI massive bioresearch laboratory project proposed for central London. This is separate from the planning application made to Camden Council. The likely date for Camden Council Development Control Committee to consider the application is 16th December, 2010. More information below.......

Life is too short to be controlled - The Return

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Following a call from London NoBorders, a second 'Life Is Too Short To Be Controlled' [pics 1 | 2 | 3 | vids 1 | 2 | 3] demonstration started in Piccadilly Circus this afternoon. Around sixty people gathered to "connect two locations in London which are symbolic places of both the border regime and surveillance". After a couple of speeches, people started marching through central London street…

Demo Connecting Border Regime & Surveillance: pics

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Following a call from London NoBorders, a second 'Life Is Too Short To Be Controlled' demonstration started in Piccadilly Circus this afternoon. Around sixty people gathered under the constant sight of hundreds of CCTV cameras to "connect two locations in London which are symbolic places of both the border regime and surveillance". After a cuple of speeches, people started marching through central…

Audio from No Borders' "Life's too short" demo

On Saturday, 23 January 2010, demonstrators took the streets of central London as part of the 'Life's too short to be controlled' demonstration called by No Borders. This article contains links to audio from the demonstration, including the speeches made at the start of the demonstration, in front of the entrance to St Pancras Station and at the end, near the Eros statue in Picadilly.

Demo at St Pancras station for Migrants in Calais

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Demonstration held to highlight migrant situation in Calais.

Pix-&-Vidz of Int. School for Bottom-up Organising

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Dateline: Housemans Bookshop, Kings Cross, London, UK, 17:00-18:30, Sat 13 Jun 09 – The International School for Bottom-up Organising stages an uplifting, engaging and inspiring book launch for it’s excellent debut publication: “The Bottom Will Rise and Create a New World”, featuring Latin American Polyphonic Singing, a Live Excerpt from the book, why we need A Maloka in Every Community, and…