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CLICK HERE FOR UP TO DATE COURT INFORMATION A number of census refusers’ court hearings were dealt with outside Dale Street Magistrates Court in Liverpool, on Thursday 8th December. At least three defendants pled not guilty, with their trials being set for … Continue reading
CLICK HERE FOR UP TO DATE COURT INFORMATION A number of court-cases for census refusers are now underway. Below we publish a list of some of the defendants’ case details, shared with us by the NoCONcensus campaign group: Thursday 8th … Continue reading
CLICK HERE FOR UP TO DATE COURT INFORMATION Earlier this week Count Me Out received word from our friends at NoCONcensus about a number of upcoming court dates for census refusers. We’ve reproduced their call-out below. CALL OUT for solidarity action at … Continue reading
So, census day has passed. The last few weeks have been pretty intense. We’ve been really pleased with the amount of support and interest that people have shown for the campaign. Nothing could be more encouraging. The March 18-19th days … Continue reading
This article originally appeared in the Red Pepper online blog, March 20th. In March this year, as in 2001, Lockheed Martin UK, a subsidiary of the world’s largest arms manufacturer, will be helping to run the census. Their specific role, … Continue reading