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Category archives: protest
The police spy scandal shows that mass surveillance will be used against us. Read more.
Take a ringside seat as a giant company beats the living daylights out of itself. Read more.
Companies like EDF, seeking to terrify protesters with lawsuits, are likely to become victims of their own aggression. Read more.
This is the fate of young people today: excluded, but forbidden to opt out. Read more.
The government promised us the right to peaceful protest. It is delivering nothing of the kind. Read more.
The movements opposing the British government need a set of aims: here’s my attempt at a first draft. Read more.
The rightwing press has briefly turned against the police, but normal service will soon resume. Read more.
A new mobilisation could revitalise politics in the UK – but only if you get involved. Read more.
A British police unit is demonising peaceful protesters to stay in business. Read more.
Do you want to save the biosphere or boost your own brand of politics? You can’t do both. Read more.
As the evidence accumulates, the Evening Standard’s allegations of terrorist planning have fallen apart. Read more.
The climate camp at Heathrow is materially different from protests that have taken place in Britain before. Read more.
The press has been publishing a series of crazy scare stories about our intentions at the climate camp Read more.
To win an injunction against protests at Heathrow airport, BAA used a law which threatens our democratic rights Read more.
Their over-representation in politics is partly responsible for a long sequence of oppressive laws. Read more.
Protesters who have damaged military equipment are walking away from the dock Read more.