Demonstrate Monday 26th: No Deportations to Iraq

(stopdeportation network) No Deportations to Iraq: Release the Hunger Strikers Now Demonstrate at the Home Office, 2 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 4DF Nearest tubes: Westminster, Victoria

Monday, 26th Oct, 4:30-6:30pm

Joint deportation charter flight France and UK

There’s a joint charter flight from UK and France today (20 October 2009), leaving Lille airport at 22:00. There will be a demonstration at 20:00 at the airport in Lille.

Around 50 Afghans detained in various detention centres in France are expected to be on the flight. The only details on the UK part for now is that the flight is leaving from there.

Protest against Dale Farm eviction

On Thursday 10th December, 7.30pm, outside Basildon Centre

PROTEST RALLY to coincide with meeting of Basildon Council's Cabinet to select one of two bailiff firms (one being Constant & Co.) for the Dale Farm eviction operation: And to call upon subcontracting companies G.Moore Haulage and WFL Recovery  not to take part in the eviction. 
OR if they do to ensure no children are present when their machines and vehicles enter the site - as required by safety law and requested by the UK Children's Commissioner.

more on Dale Farm

Hunger strike at Brook House

Since earlier today (Monday 19th October), over forty of the Iraqis returned on the charter flight to Baghdad, and others, have been on hunger strike in Brook House immigration prison, Gatwick, demanding their release.

Stop the first mass deportation flight to Baghdad

Demonstrate at Communications House, Old st, London E1, on Wednesday 14th October, 5pm.
[Communications House is on Old St roundabout near Old St tube]

Protest against Arora's detention plan

Six activists from No Borders London today (06 Oct 2009) held a protest at the Arora International Hotel near Heathrow airport against Arora International's plans to turn its four-star hotel at Gatwick, Mercure, into yet another immigration prison.

Press release | Report and pix | Details of what you can do below.

Arora International Hotel Occupied


Campaigners protest against plans to turn Gatwick hotel into a detention centre

* Because there is more profit in having guests who can't leave!
* Arora plans to turn its four-star hotel at Gatwick airport into
an immigration detention centre.
* Campaigners vow to target the company unless the plans are