02 June 2009
Local authorities which are raising rents and selling off properties are facing growing oppostion from angry tenants.
28 April 2009
10 March 2009
Alan Walter, a socialist and working class activist, died at his home in Camden, north London, last Saturday.
17 February 2009
Over 150 councillors, tenants associations’ reps, medical students, pensioners and others joined a lively Keep Our NHS Public march through Camden, north London, on Saturday of last week.
27 January 2009
18 November 2008
Health service privatisation can be beaten is the message that campaigners in north London want to send out after beating an attempt to build a polyclinic in Camden, which could have been privately-run.
09 September 2008
A packed public meeting last week buoyed campaigners against the privatisation of the NHS in Camden, north London.
02 May 2008
Barnet & Camden
29 April 2008
We can beat the BNP
Like many residents of Camden, north London, we were horrified when two local newspapers, the Ham & High and the Camden Gazette, printed an advert from the Nazi British National Party (BNP).
01 April 2008
Across Camden, north London, there is a fight on for the future of the borough – and a mood for change.
06 February 2008
Teachers took strike action at two schools in Camden, north London, today over plans to scrap recruitment and retention (R&R) payments to new teachers. The payments are designed to ease the financial burden teachers face when entering the profession on low starting salaries with student debts to pay off.
04 December 2007
Local residents in the Somers Town area of Camden, London are campaigning against the selling off of public land.
20 June 2007
Well over 300 people crowded into the Camden Irish Centre in north London last week to hear journalist Rageh Omaar discuss his recent documentary, Inside Iran.
10 March 2007
Open letter to government Ministers and Camden councillors
06 January 2007
16 December 2006
Camden council in north London, led jointly by the Lib Dems and the Conservatives, is proposing cuts of £23 million from the budget in 2007-8 with nearly 350 job losses.
02 December 2006
Solidarity with Palestine
A successful Palestine solidarity festival organised by the Camden Palestine Campaign was held last Sunday in Somers Town, London.
06 May 2006
‘When the twinning conference in Palestine was planned in 2005, there was not yet a date for the Palestinian election. Following a conference in Camden last September, Palestinian delegates wanted to take the twinning movement forward by hosting a conference in the West Bank. The Hamas government had not been elected.
25 March 2006
Nine year wait for pay
The five schoolkeepers at South Camden Community School in Camden, north London, were set to take strike action on Wednesday of this week in support of their pay dispute with the council and the school.
18 March 2006
A women’s delegation from the Palestinian town of Abu Dis visited Camden, north London, last week as part of the twinning project launched two years ago by the Camden-Abu Dis Friendship Association.