Reclaim the Power is an action camp taking place near Blackpool in Lancashire. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend to the week of action, workshops, learning and organising for social, environmental and economic justice.
Recently, UKIP were invited by a Green Party candidate to attend a protest in Bath against the closure of public toilets. If you object to UKIP being invited to, or attending anti-cuts events, please read, sign and share the open letter below. If UKIP are not disinvited, there will be a pro-public toilets, anti-UKIP presence at the protest. We hope you can make it.
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.”
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
An even bigger turn-out is promised for Friday night 6-7pm. P
lus a follow-up action outside on Saturday 12.00 noon outside Sainsbury’s 46-56 Queens Road (The Triangle) Clifton, BRISTOL, BS8 1RE.
Things have been moving fast on Biomass in the last month- there was a body painted invasion of port land, upwards of 50 angry locals have been out on the streets blocking traffic on a couple of occasions, and even the national press is beginning to sit up and take notice.
In a weekend packed with potentially subversive diversions Avonmouth are adding a spot of front line community resistance into the mix.
Bristol & SW activists join successful Nuclear Bomb Factory blockade