18 December 2011
The emergency lobby of the TUC tomorrow over pensions at 2pm is now backed by the London region of the UCU, East London NUT and NUT branches in Camden, Lewisham. Hackney, Lambeth, Ealing, Southwark, Merton and Greenwich.
26 July 2011
Lambeth council bosses have been forced to back down over compulsory redundancies after library workers threatened to strike in the south London borough.
19 July 2011
Library workers in Lambeth, south London, were set to strike on Friday of this week.
24 February 2011
23 February 2011
Up to 300 anti-cuts protesters occupied Lambeth town hall in south London today (Wednesday) – the day councillors were set to vote through a disastrous cuts budget.
13 July 2010
Last week a 250-strong Unison union meeting in Lambeth met to discuss a swathe of local attacks.
06 July 2010
Colin Gill’s family would like to invite friends and comrades to his funeral at 2pm, Monday 12 July at Lambeth Crematorium, Blackshaw Road, London SW27. Followed by food and drinks from 3pm, Corner Pin Pub, 10 Summerstown, corner of Riverside Road, Tooting.
08 June 2010
North London 12 noon outside Whittington Hospital Hackney 6pm, Hackney town hall Lewisham 6pm, at the clock tower Lambeth 6pm, Lambeth town hall Southwark 5.30pm, Elephant & Castle tube station Manchester 6pm, Piccadilly Gardens Newcastle 5pm, the Monument Leeds 6pm, Victoria Gardens Birmingham 5pm, Government House Sheffield 5pm, town hall Bolton 12 noon-2pm, town hall Southampton 5.30pm, town hall Glasgow 3pm onwards, George Sq Edinburgh 1pm rally, 5pm protest, City Square Wales 4.30-6.30pm, Cardiff Senedd
07 April 2009
Defend Council Housing (DCH) activists occupied a flat in Streatham, south London, last week in protest at Lambeth council’s policy of selling off its housing stock despite the chronic shortage of accommodation in the borough.
04 April 2009
Defend Council Housing (DCH) activists have occupied a flat in Streatham, south London, in protest at Lambeth council’s policy of selling off its housing stock despite the chronic shortage of accommodation in the borough.
29 July 2008
Around 100 London Underground staff at Elephant & Castle, Charing Cross and Lambeth North struck for 24 hours from Sunday evening to demand the reinstatement of a colleague.
17 June 2008
Over 150 tenants, leaseholders and local trade unionists met in Lambeth, south London, on Wednesday of last week to organise opposition to the council’s attempt to privatise the remaining council housing stock.
08 April 2008
Katt Young, the Left List candidate for Lambeth & Southwark, held a walkabout in Peckham market, south London, on Saturday of last week.
26 February 2008
There should be a centre like this in every community – a reclaimed factory that has been turned into a community centre, with workshops and music studios.
13 November 2007
Stop the cuts in adult education
Around 100 students and teachers from Lambeth and Morley Colleges in south London lobbied Lambeth council on Wednesday of last week.
24 July 2007
Defend Council Housing (DCH) campaigners are angry that Lambeth council in south London has declared that a ballot on the future of the borough’s housing stock was in favour of transfer to an arms length management organisation (Almo).
10 March 2007
Pensioners storm Lambeth town hall
Startled councillors cowered in fear when a group of furious pensioners and disabled people stormed Lambeth town hall in south London on Wednesday of last week.
24 February 2007
Some 150 people attended a tenants’ meeting in Lambeth in south London on Saturday of last week to organise against the local Almo.
25 November 2006
Over 100 people attended a Further Education conference in Lambeth on Saturday of last week, with lecturers, students and community campaigners coming together.
18 February 2006
About 240 people packed into Lambeth town hall on Thursday of last week for the local launch of the book Tell It Like It Is: How Our Schools Fail Black Children. Among the speakers was Doreen Lawrence, mother of Stephen, who was murdered in a racist attack 13 years ago. She called for action to address the scandal of black children’s experience of education. She said she would back various initiatives that parents and campaigners are discussing.