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The things they say - on the International Rebellion

‘Police blasted on eco anarchy’

International Rebellion day two - defiance and debates ignite the climate movement

International Rebellion day two - defiance and debates ignite the climate movement The Extinction Rebellion (XR) rising in London at the start of this week was defiant, determined and a huge boost to the climate movement.

West London school strikes force bosses to back off

West London school strikes force bosses to back off Strikes in west London have pushed Brent council to reconsider a plan to close a school.

Indefinite walkout at Beis gets a result as caterers win their demands

Indefinite walkout at Beis gets a result as caterers win their demands Outsourced caterers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) marched back to work victorious on Monday morning, ending an indefinite strike.

Activists defy cops to hold sites in London on first day of climate rebellion

Activists defy cops to hold sites in London on first day of climate rebellion The first day of Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) occupation of London on Monday was shaped by resistance—and police repression.

Thousands descend on London as international climate rebellion begins

Thousands descend on London as international climate rebellion begins Thousands of rebels poured onto the streets of central London early on Monday morning to demand urgent and dramatic action on the climate emergency.

Cops clamp down on climate activists ahead of International Rebellion

06 October 2019
A brutal show of force from the Metropolitan police on Saturday saw cops swoop in on one of Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) warehouses, confiscate equipment and arrest activists.

Up to 30,000 get ready to join Extinction Rebellion climate action in London

04 October 2019
“We’re going to make rebellion something everyone wants to do,” declared Extinction Rebellion (XR), just days ahead of its occupation of central London.

Questions to be answered after construction worker deaths

02 October 2019
Why are some workers at the Bond Street station Crossrail site dying?

‘We’ll stay out so we can win,’ say PCS union members on indefinite strike

17 September 2019
Outsourced workers have vowed to keep up their indefinite strike after bosses claimed to give in to one of their central demands.

Back the indefinite walkout by PCS members in London

10 September 2019
Low paid workers on indefinite strike were “loudly applauded” by delegates at the TUC union federation’s congress in Brighton this week.

All-out strike by Bromley library workers wins backing at TUC

10 September 2019
Striking bromley library workers received a very warm welcome from delegates to the TUC union federation’s conference in Brighton last Sunday.

LETTERS - Keep up fight to stop arms trade’s festival of violence

10 September 2019
The week of protests against the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair has been well organised.

Stop the DSEI arms fair in London

20 August 2019
Activists are organising to disrupt an arms fair at London’s Docklands. Actions are set to take place 2-9 September.

Protesters stage ‘kiss-in’ in London against bigotry and LGBT+ hate

17 August 2019
LGBT+ people staged a “kiss-in” to beat back the bigots in London’s Parliament Square on Friday.

Protests in London as India declares its control of Kashmir

15 August 2019
The Indian government has held a special ceremony to announce that it is in control of the disputed area of Kashmir.

PCS strikers unite their fights over pay and outsourcing with Liverpool protest

13 August 2019
Cleaners and caterers from London and Liverpool marched together on Tuesday, uniting their battles over low pay and outsourcing.

Civil service workers plan solidarity visit during all-out strike

06 August 2019
Striking cleaners and caterers at government offices in London and Liverpool are set to link up their fights over low pay and outsourcing at a rally next week.

The criminal legacy of the London Olympics

23 July 2019
A new book exposes the corruption and dodgy deals behind the 2012 Olympic Games in London, writes Simon Basketter

All-out strike over pay and outsourcing hits London - and needs your support

16 July 2019
Cleaners and caterers at the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (Beis) began an all-out indefinite strike this week.

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