Anti-prison expansion activists halt construction of HMP Wellingborough for second consecutive Friday
August 16th: Protesters attached themselves to PVC pipes and blockaded the entrances to the construction site of the new HMP Wellingborough mega-prison, bringing construction works conducted by Kier Group to a halt for the second consecutive Friday.
August 10th: Protesters occupied the construction site of HMP Wellingborough for 6 hours on Friday, successfully halting its work.
August 2nd: Officers tackled a protector at West Newton, near Hull, allegedly knocking him unconscious — and then dragged him away without offering medical attention, supporters said.
August 1st: Workers at homelessness charity St Mungo’s have had enough of being made to hand over data to the Home Office, demanding that the practice be stopped as part of a strike ballot.
July 31st: More than 600 people attending Reclaim The Power’s summer festival of resistance just outside Harlow, along with many more around the country, have been taking action over the last few days to directly shut down polluting firms.
July 29th: Last Friday afternoon, protestors occupied the lobby of Kier; the company contracted to build a new mega-prison in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire Prison abolitionist protest group, Community Action on Prison Expansion (CAPE), is turning attention to the private companies set to profit from increased rates of incarceration amidst the biggest prison expansion project in generations.
July 28th: Following an account on Fck Boris Fck Government demo published by Freedom News on Friday, we have received a few more.
July 28th: We’re excited to announce that an Anarchist bookfair will be returning to London in October 2020.
July 26th: On Saturday 3rd August London Antifascist Assembly, together with coalition of 33 other groups, are calling for Stop Tommy, Stop the Racists protest to be held in London.