UK: Over the last few weeks, the Oxford Union debating society has invited two far-right speakers. Weidel had to pull out under pressure, and Bannon was met by massive protests. Oxford organisers report on what happened and how anti-fascists mobilised.
London, UK: More than 6000 people blocked 5 bridges during Rebellion Day on November 17. On November 24, RebellionDay 2 people will take the streets again.
London: Call for a feminist demo against fascism on November 25 by Red Essex, Women’s March London, Sisters Uncut, Women’s Strike Assembly – UK, Dziewuchy London, Plan C London, Feminist Anti-Fascist Assembly, United Voices of the World the union, London Antifascists, Kurdistan Students Union – UK, The xtalk project, East London Strippers Collective and the Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement.
More than 6,000 people have occupied five bridges in central London to raise the alarm on the climate and ecological crisis – and to put pressure on the Government to come clean on the fact that there is a climate emergency. More than 3000 people planted trees in Parliament Square tonight.
Eight Pont Valley protectors appeared in Court and were found guilty for standing up against the coal industry and attempting to stop a new opencast coal mine from opening in the UK.
London, UK: State prosecuters tried to imprison Extinction Rebellion founder Roger Hallam earlier today, just one day before tomorrows mass action of civil obedience: Rebellion Day. Continue reading #London: State prosecution tried to imprison #ExtinctionRebellion cofounder the day before #RebellionDay
Welcome to the Squatter’s Digest, a new column for Freedom News, highlighting the ongoings of the squat scene in London and beyond, along with providing opinions on the politics of said goings-on. Quality and coherence are not guaranteed.
London, November 14, 2018: Climate Activists send message to UK Prime Minister by blocking access to the street in front of her office.
The new issue of Rebel City is out. Rebel City is London’s free anarchist paper.