This is a critique of both the landowning aristocracy and the Land Registry. Cahill argues that our present system of landownership is of material detriment to the vast majority of home-owners in the UK, while many of the wealthiest landowners in the country pay no rates and actually receive money in the form of grants and subsidies.

Article aims to celebrate the increasing engagement in volunteering, public involvement in the community and the rise of community organizations and projects, especially utilising the fast developing online/digital landscape, and particularly, how good Bristol is at doing this.

Debbie Vincent, animal rights activist was sentenced to six years in prison today. During his sentencing remarks the Judge accepted that there was no evidence Debbie had been present during any criminal acts – she has literally been found guilty by association.

A solidarity protest, with a banner stating ‘Against Animal Testing and State Repression’ was held outside the court, to raise awareness of the case and to show our support for Debbie and Pru and Sven who will be on trial later this year.

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People can write to Debbie at:

Debbie Vincent A5819DE

HMP Bronzefield

Woodthorpe Road
TW15 3JZ

1) ‘Spend on welfare and education, stop fuelling the business of death’. Joint action of UWE students, Bristol Against the Arms Trade and the Campaign Against the Arms Trade student network (nation’s action), part of the Global Day of Action Against Military Spending (#gdams #demilitarise)

2) ‘A university that represses its students is not a university anymore’. In solidarity with politically active students repressed around the country (#copsoffcampus), calling for calling for an independent review of the repression against 20 November 2013 ‘UWE arms fair’ student protests.