Tesco has been trying to move in to stokes croft (Bristol) for over 2 years and has been unable to because of huge protests. They have had to move builders in under police escort and have 24 hour roof top private security. Last weekend Tesco opened and there have been non stop protests all week.
- Simon Chapman, A Very Distinguished Fucking Anarchist
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- Somewhere in Hackney, rest easy Simon Chapman and know you were loved x https://t.co/pcP7dYCxV0 5 months ago
- RT @UVWunion: The LSE refused to act on homophobic hate crimes on campus. Hold them to account - protest 24 Feb, 12.30 pm https://t.co/qL1D… 6 months ago
- Simon Chapman, A Very Distinguished Fucking Anarchist johnnyvoid.wordpress.com/2017/02/14/sim… https://t.co/UuHJzVbxW1 6 months ago
- @PostAntiquarian yeah, not fair is it 6 months ago
- @PostAntiquarian Not entirely sure, his heart I think. 6 months ago
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- The violence of workfare exposedA new book chapter using testimonies compiled by Boycott Workfare exposes the violent impact of forced labour. When we talk about what’s wrong with workfare, we often mention the horrifying material impact on people’s lives of the benefit sanctions that underwrite it. The political impact of unwaged work is also important – the way it […]
- The violence of workfare exposed
- The way Tom is treated in prison is a disgrace. Can you help him and his family?Thomas is quadriplegic, epileptic, and autistic. He has heart problems and 70% lung damage, double incontinence, dysreflexia, and very vulnerable skin which leads to pressure sores. His long list of illness and injuries are being made worse daily by abuse and neglect he is suffering in prison. His mother is trying to raise funds to… Continue Reading The way […]
- The way Tom is treated in prison is a disgrace. Can you help him and his family?
- Rent Arrears Swell with Universal Credit.Universal Credit: More and More Demands… One of the ideas behind government welfare ‘reforms’ is to make people more “responsible”. We now have to pay a percentage of our Council Tax, because that makes us “responsible”, or to put it more simply, it is thought to make us consider how Councils allocate money. In this […]
- Rent Arrears Swell with Universal Credit.
- Threats of sanctions hold us to ransom"Fourteen percent of people completing ESA sanctions in 2016 were sanctioned for more than 6 months." That is one of the things that can be gleaned from latest official figures from the Department for Work & Pensions, I have read via e-mail citing an expert source who has looked at the figures.(1)Threats of sanctions hold us to ransomDo not the […]
- Threats of sanctions hold us to ransom
- Show solidarity in court with Lancashire anti-fracking defendantsOver the coming months, more and more Lancashire anti-fracking campaigners arrested at Preston New Road face trials at Magistrates Courts around the north west of England. Even for experienced activists, appearing in court is nerve-wracking and many defendants from Lancashire are facing a hearing for the first time. All would welcome as much solidarity as … […]
- Show solidarity in court with Lancashire anti-fracking defendants
- Under 25? You must spend 48 hours a week looking for work on Universal Credit?With regards the 48 hour Universal Credit (UC) Claimant Commitment (CC) weekly ‘expected hours’ to look and prepare for work for under 25 year olds, that someone mentioned* at the Manchester ‘Welfare Action Gathering’, this needs clarification. “A claimant’s ‘expected hours’ … Continue reading →
- Under 25? You must spend 48 hours a week looking for work on Universal Credit?