Rent strike at Sussex University

December 11th: Students have announced an indefinite rent strike at the institution’s Kings Road halls today following revelations that new vice chancellor Michael Farthing got a £230,000 “golden hello” — cash they say could have been spent fixing up decaying accommodation.

2017 Nobel prize winners celebrate with national die-in

December 10th: In a grand display of how not to be like former laureates President Obama or the EU, campaigners celebrated the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Nobel prize with gatherings in a dozen towns and cities across Britain — led by a London protest.

Son Abandoned by Spycop Sues Police

December 9th: A man who was born as part of an undercover officer’s deployment is suing the police, the Campaign Opposing Police Surveillance announced yesterday.

Protectors occupy Surrey oil drill site

December 1st: Environmental activists are calling for supporters to join them and bring useful tools to help bed in at a UK Oil and Gas (UKOG) drill site in Horse Hill, which they occupied at 4.30am yesterday.

Spycops Sexually Targeted Women From the Start

December 1st: Over at least 25 years, a number of undercover police officers had entered into intimate relationships with members of targeted activist groups. Several women were deceived into having relationships with undercover cops.

Radicals in Sussex Cancel Katie Hopkins Talk in Lewes

November 26th: Katie Hopkins, the right-wing columnist, and media personality — known for her vitriolic, hateful column inches and Twitter outbursts — was due to give a talk at an event on November 25th as part of the Lewes Speakers Festival.

A Person Related to the Ripper Museum Awarded Labour Party LGBTQ Lead Advisor Post

November 24th: Linda Riley was awarded the post of Labour Party LGBTQ Lead Advisor.

Judge extends swingeing injunction barring fracking protests against Ineos

November 23rd: Environmental activists were heavily restricted at or banned from seven sites belonging to frack firm Ineos today, along with the surrounding roads.

Spycop inquiry preliminary hearing opens

November 20th: Anger was rising as the Undercover Policing Inquiry began its preliminary hearing today, with spycop victims left incredulous over introductory notes by chair John Mitting which they said were effectively him “choosing to fail”.

Yarl’s Wood and Dungavel detention centres besieged

November 18th: Two migrant removal centres were surrounded by crowds today demanding that the facilities, which have repeatedly been exposed as substandard and dangerous, be shut down and proper support offered to the often vulnerable people inside.