Police Self-Investigators are Doorstepping Spycops Victims

January 23rd: This is a repost from Campaign Opposing Police Surveillance Once again, police self-investigations have been contacting activists who were spied on, asking for co-operation.

Family on trial over Lancashire anti-frack protests

January 22nd: Seven people, including three generations of the same family, are in court today charged with “obstructing the highway”  during anti-fracking protests near Blackpool last year.

Victory for LSE Cleaners

January 20th: The London School of Economics  cleaners will now officially be employees of the LSE from 5th March 2018.

London: Embassy of Conscience occupied centre evicted

January 18th: Following a court hearing on January 14th the Utopian Bohemians group has been ousted from their latest squatted social project in part of the Congo Embassy.

Victory for anti- gentrification campaigners in Elephant and Castle

January 17th: Plans to regenerate Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre and surrounding areas by development firm Delancey were halted by the council Planning Committee late yesterday night.

Students occupy the London College of Communication

January 15th: A section of The London College of Communication was occupied in protest against the Elephant Shopping Centre and College campus  gentrification plans and the LCC partnership in the social cleansing of the area.

Brighton SolFed stands up to Youngs letting agency

January 15th: Last weekend Brigthton Solidarity Federation organised a protest against Youngs letting agency and in support of tenant facing a revenge eviction.

Lancashire: Activists Perform Lock-on at Preston New Road Fracking Site

January 12th: In the early hours on Friday anti-fracking campaigners locked themselves onto the entrance of the Preston New Road fracking site in Lancashire.

First verdicts in for DSEI arms fair protest arrests

January 12th: Eight out of nine defendants were found guilty of highway obstruction today in the first trial of people who took part in the mass disruption of British arms jamboree DSEI last September.

‘I worry about not being in control’ says spycop demanding anonymity

January 10th: The Campaign Opposing Police Surveillance rounds up the most recent attempts by a number of former spycops to avoid having their names linked to the Undercover Policing Inquiry.