Court hearing now adjourned until 5th April
Occupy Nottingham, The Market Square
These questions relating to important issues in our city, have been waiting to be presented in person to the council when, they actually meet with representatives from Occupy Nottingham for open dialogue to discuss the reason we are here... we are still waiting!
EDL Nottingham thug, Eddie Stobart lorry driver Brendan Moran, is one of the rabble rousers of the Notts branch of the fascist group. He regularly pubishes extreme posts of racism online, thinking he can get away with it. Now he has taken to posting death threats against leftwing politicians, a typical action against democracy from a far right group which pretends it supports free speech.
We have set up an internet petition about the council's eviction of the Occupy Camp from the Market Square.
This initial statement was collectively agreed by over 500 people on the steps of St Paul's on 16th October 2011. Point 8 was added by the Occupy London General Assembly on 19th November 2011. After ammending point 6, Occupy Nottingham collectively agreed to fully adopt the entire 'common statement', at the General Assembly on 25th January 2012.
Occupy Nottingham were served yesterday with notice to leave within 7 days, before eviction papers are served by the council.
There is no valid need nor reason at all for the council to evict Occupy Notingham, a deal had been mutually agreed upon provisionally by representatives of both parties, & actions were being taken to set it that in motion & to show good faith.
The deal which would be a s…
Despite the freezing cold Autonomous Nottingham hit the road to travel down the A46 to Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre, to hold a solidarity noise demo with those imprisoned by this countries cruel and abusive government. With a sound system pumping out revolutionary hip hop, pots, pans, xylophones, air horns and our gobs we made a racket and circled the prisons perimeter. Those inside…
Despite the ongoing repression in Syria - condemned by the British government - the authorities think it is a good idea to send "Sammy" back to Syria where he was previously imprisoned and tortured.
Supporters gathered outside Nottingham Magistrates this morning to call for justice for Ruhul Anam. Ruhul was in court for Upper Tribunal immigration hearing. He has been in immigration detention for the last 3 years and 9 months and is currently detained at Morton Hall IRC in Lincolnshire. The Court of Appeal has already determined that the first 18 months of his detention was unlawful and Ruhul …
Detainees at Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre in Lincolnshire have been experiencing lengthy periods of lock down since 24th Nov. The following communications have been received from detainees.
Revised timetable for the weekend's workshops at the Sumac Centre, Forest Fields.
Morton Hall IRC, Swinderby, Lincolnshire, LN6 9PT
Nottingham Old Market Square
The Sumac Centre, Forest Fields, Nottingham.
Afro Caribbean National Artistic Centre (ACNA)
31 Hungerhill Rd
TWO failed asylum seekers are on the run after escaping from a detention centre near Lincoln.
Algerian-born Fehrez Belkadi, 33, and Egyptian citizen Waie Elbayoumi, 30, escaped from the Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre in Swinderby.
It is believed the pair climbed the perimeter fence at about 6pm on Thursday.
Lincolnshire Police have conducted an extensive area search and have carried …
Activists are stepping up the campaign against Morton Hall IRC, the latest addition to the UK’s detention estate for migrants. Morton Hall, which opened in May, is near Swinderby in Lincolnshire and will imprison 392 men when it is full. Its opening by immigration minister Damian Green was met by a noise demo and protesters returned on Saturday. The detention centre was also the subject of a…
Lucky Devils join the noise protest against IRC Morton Hall, 23rd July 2011.
People from Notts and Lincolnshire held a noise demo outside Morton Hall IRC, the UK's most recently opened prison for migrants. A sound system, horns, whistles and pots and pans were used to let those inside know we were there outside in solidarity, wanting to close down Morton Hall and all immigration prisons. Close down Morton Hall!
First at… New Art Exchange 2pm – 5pm including… Capoeira Brazilian Dance African Dance Drumming Scrap art
Then at… Hyson Green Youth Club 5.30pm – 7.30pm – Kurdish Dance African Storytelling Multi-cultural music