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Occupy Nottingham on kemet FM

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Occupy Nottingham appeared on 97.5 kemet FM on Sunday 13th of November at 9:00PM for a 2 hour show.

Notts Black Arrow: Chris Leslie MP hates you

Chris Leslie is the Labour MP for Nottingham East. Since entering parliament as a thrusting young automaton aged 25, he has in a nine year political career* managed the remarkable feat of never having rebelled against a government position. Therefore always view him as a constant and consistent mouthpiece for current Labour party thinking. He’s politically pretty much identical to fellow loca…

Nottingham Post: Old Market Square protesters determined ...

Old Market Square protesters determined to see it throughWednesday, November 02, 2011

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Protesters have now been in the Old Market Square for nearly three weeks. But who are they - and what are they actually hoping to achieve? Alexander Britton reports...

PROTESTS usually conjure up images of people chanting on the streets as they try to make a difference.

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BBC: Workers protest at Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station

Workers have demonstrated outside Ratcliff-on-Soar power station in a dispute over contracts. They claim new terms would mean a 30% pay cut. A ballot for industrial action is likely.

Luddites 200th Celebration

November 04, 2011 19:00

SUMAC Centre

245 Gladstone Street

Nottingham

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Notts Uncut Action in Support of Hardest Hit Rally

October 22, 2011 11:00

Outside Boots on Parliament St, Nottingham

Jarrow March 2011 comes to Nottingham

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The Jarrow March 2011, which is marching from Jarrow in the North East to London to raise awareness of youth unemployment, arrived in Nottingham today. Marchers and supporters assembled on the Forest Rec at 12.30 and marched to the Market Square where a rally was held. It is the 75th anniversary of the original Jarrow Crusade, which an attempt to raise awareness of the intense poverty and unemploy…

24 hour occupation of Nottingham Market Square

October 15, 2011 15:00

Nottingham Old Market Square

LUC @ Tory Conference

This is a personal account and is not the necessarily the views of anyone else who associates with LUC.

Coach for Block the Bridge NHS Action- Sun 9th Oct

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Coach transport to london for the Block the Bridge, Block the Bill action - blockading westminster bridge, london, 1pm

http://www.ukuncut.org.uk/blog/block-the-bridge-block-the-bill

 

Nottingham protest rattles Atos

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On Friday, a large protest temporarily invaded the Atos Medical Assessment Centre on Stoney Street in the Lace Market. Campaigners had gathered as part of a nationwide day of action against the company which is responsible for the Department for Work & Pensions’ ‘work capability assessments’ which have been condemned by disability rights and claimants groups. The protesters handed out leaflet…

ATOS Day of Action flyer - Nottingham 30th Sept

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Nottingham ATOS action

September 30, 2011 12:00

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Assemble in Hockley, Nottingham city centre, to head over to protest at the ATOS assessment centre on Stoney Street.

Location: Pedestrianised area of Hockley, outside Jugglers at the crossing of Broad St/Carlton St/Stoney St. Nottingham.

Public Meeting - After the riots...

August 24, 2011 19:00

Afro Caribbean National Artistic Centre (ACNA)

31 Hungerhill Rd

Nottingham

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Anti Cuts Demo at a Nottingham Job Centre

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Friday 12th August 2011, 

At 2pm assorted trade unionists, claimants, UK Uncut activists and anarchists gathered outside the Parliament Street Job Centre in Nottingham.

 

No welfare cuts! And no Tory Baronesses either!

After it was leaked to anti-cuts campaigners that Tory Baroness Stowell of Beeston would be visiting Parliament Street JobCentre today, a picket was held from 2-4pm. Claimants, anarchists, PCS members and UK Uncut activists made sure that Baroness Stowell, a representative of a welfare slashing government, was not welcome in town. Despite a police presence, including a Chief Inspector, the Barones…

Tory Peer Visit to Nottingham Jobcentre

August 12, 2011 14:00

Parliament St Jobcentre, Parliament St, Nottingham

Britain's Burning

"Why do they do it?"

Notts Uncut - post film discussion

August 15, 2011 19:30

Broadway Cinema, Broad St, Nottingham

Strike over compulsory redundancies at the BBC

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1st August 2011

Journalists across the BBC are on strike in their second stoppage against compulsory redundancies.

Here is the picket outside BBC Nottingham this morning

 

Notts Uncut Newsletter - The Pride Edition!

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Derby Telegraph: 8,000 join Bombardier demo in Derby

Report on the protest against the government's decision not to award the £1.4bn Thameslink train building contract to Derby-based Bombardier.

Vodafone - Tax Avoidance Bad; Child Abuse Worse.

Vodafone - Tax Avoidance Bad; Child Abuse Worse.

Save Derby Railways Rally

July 23, 2011 10:00

March from Bass' Recreation Ground - Rally at the Silk Mill Museum

Nottingham Workers Join June 30 Strike

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On June 30th, members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), National Union of Teachers (NUT), Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) and University and Colleges Union (UCU) took part in coordinated strike action. Strikers marched from the Forest recreation Ground into the city centre. There was also a lobby of the county council meeting in the morning and in the afternoon, Not…

J30 Strike against the cuts. Nottingham Events 2

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Thursday 30th June 2011

On June 30th, members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), National Union of Teachers (NUT), Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) and University and Colleges Union (UCU) took part in coordinated strike action. This is the first major coordinated strike against the cuts and various activities  for the day included a march, rally & speeches etc ......

J30 Strike against the cuts. Nottingham Events 1

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Thursday 30th June 2011

On June 30th, members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), National Union of Teachers (NUT), Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) and University and Colleges Union (UCU) took part in coordinated strike action. This is the first major coordinated strike against the cuts and various activities  for the day included a march, rally & speeches etc ......

NottsSOS.org.uk: Over 1200 march in Nottingham ...

Workers, students, unemployed, a wide spectrum of people of Nottingham City and the County including families with their children joined the National Union of Teachers (NUT), Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), University and College Union (UCU) and the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) at the Forest Recreation Ground in a large show of solidarity against pension threats, job los…

June 30 Strike - March and Rally

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On June 30th members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), National Union of Teachers (NUT), Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) and University and Colleges Union (UCU) went on strike in defence of their pensions. There were picket lines across Nottinghamshire and a sizeable march along Mansfield Road.

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J30 solidarity action