A statement by Bristol Anarchist Black Cross and Bristol Defendant Solidarity.Continue reading Bristol Anarchist Black Cross and Bristol Defendant Solidarity: We are proud of those who fought back against the police
London. UK. The Antiuniversity and the Anarchist Bookfair in London are joining forces in 2021 to bring together a week-long Antiuniversity Festival from the 4th to the 10th of September and the Anarchist Bookfair on the 11th and 12th of September.Continue reading Antiuniversity X Anarchist Bookfair in London 2021
London. UK. The Serious Annoyance has returned to occupy the empty Camberwell Police Station, Camberwell Church St SE5, as we continue in our fight to #killthebill and highlight the destructive role of the police.Continue reading London: Squatters take Camberwell Cop Shop (2.0)
After fifty years the truth is beginning to emerge about the massacre of eleven people in West Belfast by the Parachute Regiment of the British Army.Continue reading Ballymurphy: State Massacre [Northern Ireland]
Glasgow. Scotland. Early this morning (Thursday 13 May), as Muslims in the Southside community of Pollokshields celebrated Eid al-Fitr, Home Office officials arrived in Kenmure Street to enforce Priti Patel’s “hostile environment” and detain two refugees. Neighbours got the word out, and very quickly the community, tenants’ groups, and anti-eviction groups gathered to prevent the UK Border Force Immigration Enforcement van from leaving the street.Continue reading Glasgow: this is what we can achieve!
London. UK. The pandemic has been the starting gun of a huge project of capitalist restructuring in which we are rapidly getting lost. London is already well within the bounds of being a ‘smart city’ — this means that every molecule in this seething metropole is in the process (or already) brought into one great artificial network: capitalism certainly, but largely virtual, nearly autonomous, diffused into everything around us, and into ourselves, into our bodies, into our minds.Continue reading 1 May 2021… After lockdown, let’s look at the situation we’re finding around us [London, UK]
Bristol. UK. Statement on an action against prison builders Kier.Continue reading Bristol, UK: Action against prison builders Kier
UK. The wall to wall coverage of the death of Prince Philip highlighted the role that the royal family plays in the maintenance of the system.Continue reading UK: The Monarchy, the State and the BBC
UK. The David Cameron/Greensill Capital cronyism scandal is just the tip of the iceberg of a network of ruling class sleaze and corruption. Former Prime Minister David Cameron used his connections to powerful government ministers to personally profit in his post-political business career. Lex Greensill, the owner of Greensill Capital who Cameron has been working for, was an unoffical government adviser to the Cameron government.Continue reading UK: Corruption, cronyism and sleaze – oh my!
Bristol. UK. On the 9th of March the UK government, alongside Police chiefs including Cressida Dick, announced the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill to parliament. The bill proposes changes to a variety of laws, however it has been criticised for a number of points including its implications on people’s rights to protest, its impact on the Gypsey, Roma and Traveller (GRT) communities, its encouragement of stop and search bias towards black men and youths and numerous other things.Continue reading Bristol ‘Kill the Bill’ riot and protests (March 2021): A timeline and analysis of what actually happened