London NoBorders @ Dissident Island Radio: 15 January 2010

London NoBorders will meet the fabulous Dissident Island Radio on Friday 15 January 2010. You can listen the show here live from 9pm!

Life is too short.....public meeting 20th Jan

On Saturday 23rd January London No Borders is organising two demos in London, one at St Pancras to protest against the UKBA and migration controls, and the other at Piccadilly Circus to protest against state surveillance.

We invite you to a public meeting on Wednesday 20th January from 7pm at The Library House,52 Knatchbull Road, Brixton, SE5 9QY, to discuss the demos in more detail.

Virtual Borders, NoBorders@Pogo Cafe

Talk and discussion by London NoBorders@Pogo cafe, 76 Clarence Road, London, E5 8HB, 7pm

While the migration regime is fortifying itself and setting up rings of
defence around European wealth, inner control is tightening to keep
public order, at a time where the nation state already seems to be a
dead corpse.

London NoBorders & Siren Sound System: New Years Eve Fundraiser

8pm-6am at LIFT'N'HOIST, 1 Queens Row, Walworth, SE17 2PX

About the introduction of ID cards for migrants

Historically borders only existed at state boundaries, now however over the last year the government has repeatedly stated adamant that:

“border control can no longer be a fixed line on a map”

From Tuesday non-Europeans applying for, or renewing visas for study or marriage, will be required to attend a UK Border Agency centre. There they will be interrogated, fingerprinted, have their details stored on a database, and will be presented with a biometric ID Card. This is the first step in a wider strategy of internalising border controls so we all have to carry cards.

Opposing the Launch of ID Cards, London, November 25th

Biometric ID cards will come into force for non-EU students and spouses from 25th November and will be issued from offices in Birmingham, Cardiff, Croydon, Glasgow, Liverpool, and Sheffield.

We will be holding a protest outside the Home Office building (Lunar House) in Croydon, London and hope for protests outside each of the other offices on that day.