The protests action on March, 25, in London symbolises the depth of outrage that is felt against the policies of the Theresa May’s government. Policies that are divisive, policies that are all pointing to more austerity and more hardship for tens of millions across Britain.
It has now become so clear that blaming “immigrants” for all the problems that people have been facing in this country, was only a charade. “Immigrants” were presented as the cause of problems facing the NHS, schools and education, poor housing, unemployment, etc. The orchestrated wave of right wing anti-“foreigner”
Refugees Welcome Here protest: London 17 September 2016, Thousands march on Downing Street calling on UK to resettle more migrants. Protest comes days before world leaders meet to discuss crisis at UN General Assembly. Thousands of protesters marched on Downing Street to demand the British Government takes in more refugees as thousands of men, women and children continue to drown in desperate attempts to reach Europe.
After the referendum unite to demand... No More Austerity - No To Racism - Tories Must Go Demonstrate: Saturday 16 July 2016 Assemble 12pm, BBC HQ, Portland Place, London W1A 1AA March to Parliament Square WC1.
The Tories have been plunged into crisis by the result of the EU referendum. David Cameron will soon be gone. The Tories will use Brexit to whip up anti-immigrant racism and accelerate their
The terror of Jo Cox on 16 June has brought about a wave of public anger and disgust of the right-wing anti-“foreigner” and racist policies in Britain and the perils of terrorist capabilities. Jo Cox was Member of Parliament, well known her adamant resistance against the right-wing policies of the UK government, and her stance in defence of the people who have had to flee the swamp of war in the Middle East, as well as the rights of the oppressed people of Palestine.
The right-wing anti-“foreigner” groups and parties have tried through the media to cover up the political nature of this terror and linking it to the psychological state of a
International Campaign in Defence of the Right to Flee and Asylum Preamble While the horrors of the atrocities of the Second World War is still fresh in the memory of the survivors of that war, millions more in Iraq, Syria and Libya are suffering similar fate. In the wake of total destruction of their homes, schools, hospitals and towns and villages and facing imminent death they take to the mountains, deserts and sea to avoid death. The scale of the current human tragedy is such that the suffering of the refugees has extended across to the neighbouring states and millions of victims move towards Europe. The drowning of children in the Mediterranean waters is only the tip of the iceberg of a much greater catastrophe unfolding before our eyes. There are different responses to this human catastrophe of the century. The desperate plight of these refugees, their exploitation at the hands of local and international people smugglers, their inhumane