London, UK: Over 500 of us met at the site of the International Brigades Memorial in Jubilee Gardens, South Bank in opposition to the creeping fascism of the “Free Tommy” mob. After a tough few weeks of organising a grassroots mobilisation in London and wider, we collectively pulled off an amazing, disciplined bloc on the streets under the banner of “We are all Anti-Fascists!”.
Join us for a camp to unite front line communities in the North East of England fighting the impacts of opencast coal extraction with people from far and wide to take mass direct action to shut down the new opencast coal mine in Pont Valley, County Durham. WE DON’T WANT YOUR COAL – KEEP IT IN THE GROUND!
The far-right are coming back to London on Saturday July 14th. Last time they brought 10,000 racists on to the streets united by their hatred of Muslims.
The Polish Embassy in London, using funds from Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, sponsored at least one event organised by Polish nationalists in the UK.
Stop Trump. Stop Tommy – Anti-Fascist Assembly, 7-10pm Thursday June 28th at Halkevi, 33 Dalston Ln, London E8 2PE.
Well done to all who opposed the racists and fascists in London and York on Saturday. The rally in support of Tommy Robinson in York completely flopped, but London was a different story. Up to 15,000 turned out in Whitehall for the far right’s imprisoned poster boy.
On Monday June 4, Manchester Solidarity Federation demonstrated outside the head office of Fortis Student Lettings in Altrincham, near Manchester (UK).
UK: A summary of the activity of Brighton Solfed in the start of 2018, showcasing the cases we’ve dealt with up to May.
Kurdish youth and supporters, some linked to Plan C, have occupied a vacant building near Edgware Road.
UK: On the 8th May the Evening Standard carried an article titled “Squatters law has wiped out almost all illegal home invasions in London” pointing out that less people were arrested for squatting in residential properties last year than when S144 first came in (what a surprise!).