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Peace campers board nuclear submarine at Faslane, arrested

Two campaigners from Faslane Peace Camp were arrested on Wednesday morning aboard the Royal Navy submarine HMS Ambush at its berth in Faslane.

Security at the site - home to Britain's Trident nuclear weapons and headquarters of the Royal Navy – was again called into question by the protestors' actions.

Protesters Arrested On-board Nuclear Sub

The following update came from the Faslane Peace Camp Facebook page: “Two peace campers were arrested on board a nuclear sub yesterday morning.

“Tear Down the Walls: Prison Abolition” Tour comes to Glasgow

Wed 26th March 18:45 – 21:00 Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carringdon Street, Glasgow, G4 9AJ. Facebook | Map Tear Down The Walls” is the rallying cry of abolitionists around the world.

Events and the Spring issue of our free sheet

Hi folks, In addition to the usual events listing you can also get a copy of our latest free news sheet through the following link: This includes some events and groups from other parts of Scotland, as well as reports … Continue reading

Renters Occupy Luxury Tower in Elephant and Castle

Autonomy – Issue 4 (Spring 2014)

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SDL Not Welcome Here

EVENTS!

Hi folks, I’ll not add a big intro, but do want to draw attention to the Unity Birthday Party, the callout against the SDL, the Glasgow Games Monitor holding an open discussion on the housing crisis caused in the name … Continue reading

A wee little update on the Glasgow Solidarity Network

As ardent readers of this blog know, Glasgow Solidarity Network had a busy start to 2014. We won a case against a Glasgow letting agency that ripped tenants of by charging illegal “administration fees”. The agency had to pay back just under 190 quid. Following this successful campaign GSN received quite a few calls and emails from people with similar problems.

Activists Chain Themselves to Liverpool Town Hall Railings on International Women’s Day