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Give Kabran a chance – petition in support of a local asylum seeker

Help support a local asylum seeker in his struggle to get a fair hearing. We all deserve freedom and safety.

Bristol BBC grounds occupied by Palestine Protesters

Bristol BBC grounds occupied by Palestine Protesters

Curo Housing and the Foxhill regeneration scheme. Potentially dangerous levels of asbestos dust and fibre

3.19 The site investigation found the principal contaminants to comprise benzoapyrene, arsenic, vanadium, copper, nickel and polyaromatic hydrocarbons in addition to asbestos.

CURO Housing Group gets carried away at the auctions – £6m lost within 24 hours following purchase of former MOD site at Foxhill Bath for £47m.

“The Curo Group posted £5.72 million in impairment charges compared with none in 2012, the largest increase of all housing associations, said the change was the result of the acquisition of a 48-acre Ministry of Defence site at Foxhill in Bath in March 2013.”

Britain First bottle Bristol date

The woeful Britain First national roadshow became even more of a shambles yesterday as the Bristol date was postponed at the last minute. This followed the cancellation of their Dartford meeting the night before, along with a humiliating turnout and disruptive opposition from anti-fascists who rumbled their new meeting point in Swanley, Kent.

Solidarity with Ritzy strikers

Ritzy cinema workers are striking for the London Living Wage. Bristol Solidarity Federation support their demands by picketing the Little Theatre in Bath.

Bristol Antifascists

Bristol Radical Film Festival Presents the Indymedia Series MASSACRE IN VITORIA & INDIGNADOS 21st July 8pm

At Cube Cinema, 21st July, 8pm. 2014 sees the 75th anniversary of the end of the Spanish civil war, when a fragile democracy was allowed to be overturned by the combined forces of European Fascist regimes. Tonight, we’ll be showing two new Reel News films; Massacre in Vitoria, which tells the story of a 1976 all out indefinite strike of factory workers in the Basque Country that culminated in a general strike of the entire city, and Indignados from September 2012, which shows not only street assemblies but also the violence directed by police towards a peaceful demonstration – and why finally purging the Spanish state of fascists is still so important.

Protest against forced adoption at Bristol Civil Justice Centre 21st July, 10:30am

There will be a protest led by victimised mothers and parents at 10.30am on Monday 21 July at Bristol Civil and Family Justice Centre, 2 Redcliff Street regarding forced adoption in Bristol. The aim of the protest is to make the public aware of the draconian policy of forced adoption contained in the Children and Families Act 2014 and to follow up on the ITV ‘Exposure’ documentary – ‘Don’t take my child’ – shown this week. Read this article to find out more and watch the film.

NEWS RELEASE: protest against forced adoption at Bristol Civil Justice Centre

The aim of the protest is to make the public aware of the draconian policy of forced adoption contained in the Children and Families Act 2014

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