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Court Order Turns Journalists into Police Evidence Gatherers

While I get really annoyed with photojournalists  -  especially during the G20 in London where they were actually obstructing the action they were supposed to be recording – I am by no means at the extreme end of the activist-anti-media … Continue reading

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Basildon Council: A Bunch of F**cking Hypocrites!

PRESS RELEASE: SEPT 10th, 2011 *Hypocrisy in Basildon Council’s approach to planning regulation * In a move described as ‘totally undemocratic’ by local Councillor Geoff Williams, Basildon Council suddenly cancelled last night’s general council meeting, avoiding discussion of contentious plans … Continue reading

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Bruxelles No Border Camp – Action Round Up

(Translated from the French by the Internet) No Border Camp has been the subject of fierce repression, preventing the majority of public actions (such as demonstrations on Wednesday and Friday, and the “game-action” on Thursday) and many others. Despite this … Continue reading

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Bristol No Borders Update: 29/03/10

First of all, a belated shout out to the UWE students who self-organised a benefit gig for Calais, and who made a trip there to distribute the blankets, shoes and other stuff they collected. It seems the French Authorities gave you … Continue reading

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Yarl's Wood Hunger Strike Continues – Interview with Striker

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZg_VSFgX-M&hl=en&fs=1] Yesterday Meg Hiller from the Home office wrote a letter to all MP’s: “The current misreporting, based on inaccurate and fabricated statements by those who campaign against our policy, is irresponsible as it causes unnecessary distress to the women … Continue reading

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No Borders Global Round Up: Haiti, Calais, Italy, Switzerland, London…

As the dubious motives of the U.S. led aid effort in Haiti are revealed, it’s become clear that the issue of “security” and “migration management” are much higher up the agenda than any humanitarian motive. : the U.S. has stated … Continue reading

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Calais – Humanitarian Crisis

The weather has turned in the last few days – by day the winds are chilling and by night the first frosts creep in. In Calais, since the camps nicknamed the ‘Jungle’ have been destroyed, large numbers of those waiting … Continue reading

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New Calais Zine and Blog: Out Now !

An excellent new Zine about the fucking awful situation in Calais and the resistance to the repression can be found here: calais-94 or here Extract : Rasheed. This is the second time Rasheed has tried to move to England, his … Continue reading

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Athens Town Hall Occupied After Police Murder Migrant

STATEMENT FROM THE OCCUPIED TOWN HALL OF NIKAIA Four-hundred demonstrators marched together today, October 17, on the streets of Nikaia in a demonstration of rage for the recent assassination of 25-year old Pakistani migrant Mohammad Atif Kamran, who passed away … Continue reading

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Amey Workers: A Legal Defeat, A Moral Victory

You may remember the demos we held in Bristol and Oxford last year. Well, perhaps inevitably, they lost there legal battle, but as the article below says, having rejected the easy way out and a pay off of £3000 the … Continue reading

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