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11:00 until 13:00
Crown Prosecution Service, Rose Court, 2 Southwark Bridge, London SE1 9HS
The demo outside the CPS will be followed by one outside the London offices of G4S, from 2-4 at 105 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QT.
Join anti-war/solidarity vigils outside the court again from 1pm on Friday 19 October (Andy) and Friday 23 November (Sarah).
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Planned protests include:
- A public demonstration outside the offices of the Crown Prosecution
Service (Rose Court, 2 Southwark Bridge, London, SE1 9HS) from 11am to
- A public demonstration at the G4S UK & Ireland head office (105 Victoria
Street, London, SW1E 6QT) from 2 to 4pm.
- Groups and individuals around the UK and beyond are encouraged to organise their own protests and actions at relevant sites and venues. For some suggestions, see for example:
** EZLN sympathizers have not gone through the process of titling their lands because they are in resistance
** Paramilitary attacks are added to displacements by political parties
** The Good Government Junta in Oventic has suffered attacks
06-10-2012 11:11District Auditors investigation into official / unofficial trips to China by senior council officers and elected members
The eviction resistance is also in solidarity with Alex Haig, the 21 year old squatter who was the first squatter sentenced to prison under the new anti-squatting law, which began on September 1st this year.
John Bowden in ‘Tear Down The Walls’
03-10-2012 03:47“Worldwide Echo in Support of the Zapatistas”
01-10-2012 04:08Yeah, the first jailing under the new Section 144 of the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO) 2012. I know it's a week or two old now but didn't seem to be up on Indymedia despite it's significance. I put it up last week here but was taken down by IM mods presumably because it was cut/paste from The Guardian. But hey, as no-one else was taking about it and we should be it seemed fine. Ok, so here is a statement from Advisory Service for Squatters instead.
29-09-2012 17:23Information about the invasion and subsequent occupation of Northern Cyprus and the UK involvement in it.
18 months after the 2011 Census, court cases are dragging on against a tiny proportion of those who resisted the Census on anti-war and privacy grounds, mainly but not entirely because of Census data processing contracts with Lockheed Martin (England and Wales) and CACI (Scotland). For background and other reports on this, see the Indymedia census topic, Count Me Out and Ethical Census.