Solidarity to Netpol and the rest. This co-opting of an important strand of activism is a threat to us all.


The civil liberties organisation Liberty will provide their brand of legal observers on October 20 for the latest TUC organised march against the cuts. They will not only monitor the police, but also protesters – much like a special (volunteer) constable would. However, as experienced legal observers we can see three main problems with Liberty’s plans for this Saturday: their volunteers are not independent, they are monitoring protesters and they do not know what they are doing.

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We call for a radical housing movement as part of broader solidarity against austerity and an end to all evictions.
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