Campaigners are set to protest against recent deaths in police custody next weekend. The March for Truth and Justice, called by the Campaign for Justice for Kingsley Burrell Brown, will take place in Birmingham next Saturday.
There will also be a third anniversary vigil for Habib “Paps” Ullah next Sunday.
Birmingham: Saturday 2 July, assemble 12 noon, Abbey Street, B18 5QS for march to West Midlands Police headquarters. Wycombe: Vigil for Habib “Paps” Ullah, Sunday 3 July, 4-7pm, High Wycombe police station
PC Simon Harwood, accused of killing Ian Tomlinson during the G20 protests in 2009, is to appear in court in October. He will face manslaughter charges.
Up to 20 activists face hearings in court over their role in the peaceful occupation of Fortnum and Masons on 26 March. Defend the Right to Protest is asking people to gather outside the hearing on 4 July, 9am, City of Westminster Magistrates Court, London.