Tag Archives: Police Spies Out of Lives

Spycops, union victimisation, and action against Kier’s prison profiteering

A few quick notes: Tomorrow, Tuesday April 20th, Kate Wilson will be appearing in court in London as part of an ongoing case she’s bringing against the cops who spied on her: “Kate Wilson was deceived into a long term … Continue reading

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Support Kate Wilson against spycops in court, and new fundraiser for Eric King launched

Two very quick updates: Police Spies Out of Lives and the Campaign Opposing Police Surveillance are inviting everyone to join Kate Wilson in or outside court on the morning of Thursday 27th. In their words: “Join us outside court on … Continue reading

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Quick mid-November round-up of radical and workplace news

Your semi-regular-ish round-up of workplace goings-on and other stuff that might be of interest: The Angry Workers of the World have just compiled their “system series” into a single pamphlet, which looks like a decent accessible introduction to what capitalism … Continue reading

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Justice for railway cleaners, Riding for Deliveroo, blacklisting film and more: class struggle events listings for early October

A quick listing of ongoing strike funds and a few upcoming events: There are currently live strike funds for the Bromley libraries workers who’ve been out on an indefinite strike since July against cuts and demanding a properly staffed service, … Continue reading

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Early September round-up of repression, workplace, housing and other news

A round-up of a few ongoing struggles and upcoming events: The Smash IPP campaign to free the prisoners condemned to endless sentences by a particularly cruel and ill-thought-out Blair government policy is keeping busy. They’re currently asking people to email … Continue reading

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Release the names now! Royal Courts of Justice, 9am, Wednesday 5th April

Passing on this call from the Police Spies Out of Lives campaign – I know I’m extremely late in sharing it, but in case anyone can make it along at this short notice, better late than never: “Join us to … Continue reading

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Mid-November round-up for workplace and social struggles

Just a round-up of news across a few different areas: As well as the ongoing organising at Deliveroo, cleaners organising through the UVW union at John Lewis and the London School of Economics, and the determined all-out strike by cleaners … Continue reading

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Repression round-up: prison and court news for early August

A few updates and things dealing with prisons and the legal system: If you’re at a loose end in London this Tuesday morning, there’s a call for a solidarity presence at Hammersmith Magistrate’s Court to support someone who was nicked … Continue reading

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Dirty little secrets: Hillsborough, Orgreave, blacklisters and spycops

In general, the UK isn’t known for being a particularly militant place. While there are exceptions, from striking doctors and cleaners to rent-striking students and other organised tenants, in general we do often tend to let our rulers get away … Continue reading

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Late March round-up: prisons, anti-fascism, workplace news and more…

As ever, there’s a lot going on. To start off with, two quick pieces from the US prison system: the comrades at Anti-State St Louis have put together a list of people in prison who’ve either been convicted of, or … Continue reading

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