January 1st: Organisers in Bournemouth who took over land earmarked for luxury housing and turned it into a sanctuary for the homeless over Christmas are preparing to defend themselves against an eviction attempt tomorrow.
December 31st: Tonight anarchists will gather on both sides of the Atlantic to show solidarity with prisoners at an often difficult time of year as they spend their time behind bars rather than with family or friends for the holidays.
December 24th: Squat group Activists for Love is bringing a bit of festive cheer to West London’s homeless community this Christmas, after squatting a collection of four shops in Charing Cross over the holiday.
December 19th: Sex workers and allies marked the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers by hosting a gathering outside of the Houses of Parliament yesterday. Led by the English Collective of Prostitutes (ECP) and Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement (SWARM), they hosted a ceremony to commemorate the ones who’ve lost their lives to violence this
December 18th: Following on from other recent confrontations with the London General Assembly over broken promises and weak responses to pollution, supporters of the Stop Killing Londoners campaign blockaded a major entry point into the capital several times during this morning’s rush hour.
December 15th: A Planning Committee meeting to sign off the redevelopment of Elephant and Castle shopping centre by developer company Delancey has been postponed until the new year due to pressure from local residents and traders.
December 14th: Students at Kings Hall Road halls run by the University of Sussex have forced the institution to meet all their demands after just four days.
December 14th: Today a High Court judge ruled that detaining and deporting of homeless EU migrants is illegal.
December 13th: More than 200 workers at the flagship rail construction project have downed tools today in solidarity with more colleagues who have been sacked and locked out.