We’re asking various groups why they’re protesting against government cuts on Saturday, and what they’d do instead.
Enfield, Hackney, Greenwich, K&C and Westminster turn up the swinge.
Croydon is cutting money from youth services but might save their libraries; Lewisham is so scared of protest they moved their council meetings to mornings.
A who’s-who of London lefties gather at Congress House to rally against spending cuts.
Lewisham Council have come up with some ideas for what to do with five libraries which look certain to close on 28th May.
Over 250 nursing staff excised by financial scalpel.
It’s another weekend of protests: a march against the rise in tuition fees and scrapping of EMA, plus fake hospitals setting up in Boots.
Remember those beautiful looking London landmark bookends we proffered in Santa’s Lap last year? Well, good news, they are still available from the Hidden Art shop. However, come January 17th they may not be, as Hidden Art might be forced to close.
Further student protests and sit-ins are expected in the coming days as Thursday’s vote on higher education funding approaches. Here’s what to expect…
It’s a weekend of protest against government cuts all across London. We got a first hand account of the protest at Topshop, and took a look at stuff happening in Lewisham and Goldsmiths.
Arrests were made at Lewisham Town Hall last night as protestors rushed the building in attempt to attend the council meeting to approve a series of cuts for the borough.