Justice for Cleaners at Canary Wharf

"T&G (section of Unite) continues to demonstrate all over London to demand JUSTICE FOR CLEANERS and JUSTICE FOR ALL IMMIGRANT WORKERS. We are demanding: £7.20p an hour, 20 days + 8 days bank holidays, sick pay, pension & RESPECT!

Our next demonstration is at CANARY WHARF on Wednesday 23rd of MAY between 3.30pm and 5.30pm. The main action will be at 4.45pm outside the tube station. We will be making a loud noise with a Brazilian Band and will be joined by the Member of Parliament for Canary Wharf, Jim Fitzpatrick."

Ideas and planning day for Regularisation

Ideas and planning day for Regularisation

Saturday May 19th 11-4, South Bank University, Keyworth St. Events Theatre
Nearest Tube: Elephant & Castle Northern or Bakerloo, Bus 171, 468, 148, 68, 53, 1, 151, 12, 172, 188

March against ESOL Cuts

From University and College Union:

On Saturday 28 April, staff and students from North London colleges will demonstrate their opposition to the government's continued cuts in adult education and its plans to restrict access to free English language 'ESOL' courses. The protesters will highlight the impact on London. Three marches from across North London will converge on Hackney Town Hall for a 2pm rally with speakers including Paul Mackney, joint general secretary of UCU and George Galloway, MP for Bethnal Green and Bow.

Gatwick coach details

Tomorrow (Saturday) is the start of a campaign against a new detention centre near Gatiwck airport, with a demonstration in the area (details below).

London No Borders has organised a coach to leave at 10.00am from outside UNIVERSTITY OF LONDON UNION (ULU)- Mallet St, WC1(nearest tube Euston, Russell Sq, Warren St).

May 7th March for Migrants' & Refugee Rights

Statement from the October 7th organising committee:


(Co-ordination meeting Sunday 22nd April 6pm at Transport House )

Gatwick demonstration, 21 April 2007

No Borders has called a demonstration against the proposed new Detention Centre at Gatwick on Saturday 21st April 2007:

Over 2,600 people, mostly asylum seekers, are locked up in detention camps and prisons in Britain, without trial and without time limit and with no automatic right to bail. The government is building new detention centres with a target capacity of 4000. One of these is about to be built inside the Gatwick airport area. They are starting building works in the coming months and planning to finish it by 2008.

G8 Meeting

London No Borders and SOAS Autonomous Students Society invite you to a networking meeting to bring together groups in London organising against the G8 summit which will take place this June in Germany. This meeting intends to bring people together to discuss ideas and plans and how we might be able to work together and share information; both in terms of going to Germany and/or staying in London and organising local events and actions.

Thursday, 22nd March 2007, 6.30pm; SOAS University, Room VG06, Vernon Square (nearest Tube King's Cross or Angel)