Kill the Bill day of action, victory against the arms trade in Oldham

A few quick updates:

A new and updated list of Kill the Bill events for Saturday 15th has now been published, along with a map.

The list currently stands at:

๐Ÿ“ BATH: 12pm, Bath Abbey

๐Ÿ“ BRIGHTON: 12pm, Hove Lawns Peace Statue

๐Ÿ“ BRISTOL: 1pm, College Green

๐Ÿ“ CAMBRIDGE: 12pm, Market Square

๐Ÿ“ CARDIFF: 1pm, John Batchelor Statue (The Hayes)

๐Ÿ“ CORNWALL: 2pm, George Eusticeโ€™s Office, Camborne

๐Ÿ“ COVENTRY: 12pm, Broadgate

๐Ÿ“ DORSET: 11am, King Street Car Park, Wimborne

๐Ÿ“ EXETER: 12pm, Bedford Square

๐Ÿ“ HUDDERSFIELD: 11am, St. Georgeโ€™s Square

๐Ÿ“ INVERNESS: 12pm, Town House

๐Ÿ“ LEEDS: 1pm, Briggate (City Centre)

๐Ÿ“ LIVERPOOL: 1pm, Bombed Out Church

๐Ÿ“ LONDON: 12pm, Lincolnโ€™s Inn Fields

๐Ÿ“ MANCHESTER: 1pm, St Peterโ€™s Square

๐Ÿ“ NEWCASTLE: 12pm, Greys Monument

๐Ÿ“ NEWTOWN: 12pm, Santander (High St)

๐Ÿ“ NOTTINGHAM: 12pm, Brian Clough Statue

๐Ÿ“ OXFORD: 12pm, Cornmarket

๐Ÿ“ PLYMOUTH: 12pm, Charles Cross Police Station

๐Ÿ“ SHEFFIELD: 2pm, Sheffield Town Hall

๐Ÿ“ SHREWSBURY: 9am, Quarry Park

๐Ÿ“ STOKE-ON-TRENT: 12pm, Hanley Bus Station

๐Ÿ“ SWANSEA: 1pm, Brangwyn Hall

This Saturday will also see a protest against the new womenโ€™s immigration detention center at Hassockfield in County Durham.

Thereโ€™s also a call to send emails in support of Dwayne Fulgence, a prisoner in HMP Frankland who has now been held in solitary confinement for 10 months.

Further ahead, the next Bristol Kill the Bill trial starts on January 31st.

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And starting the year off on an impressively positive note, this week it was confirmed that arms manufacturers Elbit are selling off their Oldham site following an extensive campaign of focused protests and direct action.

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