February 14th: Bristol mutual aid group Base and Roses are raising money for asylum seekers currently housed in Penally Camp in Wales.
February 10th: The TEFL Workers’ Union (a section of the IWW) has filed for a tribunal to support English language teachers who suffered financial loss as a result of Kaplan International’s use of rolling fixed-term contracts.
February 7th: Last week, a fire broke out at Napier Barracks in Folkestone.
January 29th: The activists who blocked a deportation flight on Stansted Airport in 2017 had their convictions quashed today in the Court of Appeal.
January 27th: This morning the London end of the ongoing direct action campaign against HS2 received some unwelcome visitors in the form of around a hundred cops, bailiffs and private security guards.
January 23rd: On 9th of January, Mohamud Mohammed Hassan was murdered by the South Wales Police in Cardiff.
Precarious workers demand campus shutdown and furlough with COVID-19 declared ‘Major Incident’ in London
January 19th: With Covid-19 declared a ‘major incident’ in London, precarious workers are still being compelled to provide cleaning and security services in non-essential buildings, while many doing essential work remain on zero-hours contracts without adequate financial support if they have to self-isolate.
January 16th: Yesterday evening officers from the Met’s infamous Territorial Support Group shut down a protest called in memory of Mohamud Mohammed Hassan, a 24 year old black man who died following police contact in Cardiff last Saturday.
January 15th: Adair Ltd announced this week it has ceased supplies of fuel components to the Turkish company Baykar Makina after discovering these had been used on armed drones sent to Azerbaijan.