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FredJohn tenants radio interview

Radio Pete, an East London based Community Radio news reporter & presenter, has published a recording of an interview conducted at last week’s public meeting on his blog.

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FredJohn towers: A report from the campaign meeting

On Tuesday around 100 people crowded into the Epicentre on West Street, Leytonstone to discuss Waltham Forest Council’s plans for Fred Wigg and John Walsh towers. 459 more words

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The Wildcats of Waltham Forest act for housing justice

A report from Furball

Chaos reigned inside Bravissima letting agent on Hoe St, E17 where the owners and manager were observed in a massive arm-waving shouting match after the Wildcats of Waltham Forest picketed the shop for three hours, to highlight their unscrupulous practices. 514 more words

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Radical Housing Network Week of Action, 14-23rd February

Full details of the week’s events here, including the Wildcats of Waltham Forest demonstration on Wednesday 18th.

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Conservatives will Save Our Libraries

Jason joined local Conservatives in Kirklees in committing to save libraries across Kirklees and reverse Labour’s plans to decimate the library service across Holme Valley, Colne Valley and Lindley. 108 more words


90 Days to Go

It is now just 90 days until the General Election on Thursday 7th May 2015. Yesterday (February 5th) Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne were in Yorkshire to set out six commitments to ensure a better future for the residents of Holme Valley, Colne Valley & Lindley. 98 more words


Public Meeting in conjunction with FOCUS E15 Campaign: Fred & John Towers Not For Sale

Come to the meeting on 24 February at the Epicentre, 41 West Street Leytonstone E11 4LJ and support the campaign.

On 11 November 2014, shameless Waltham Forest council, led by Labour’s Chris Robbins, unanimously voted for the decanting of human beings, the destruction of communities and the demolition of homes. 126 more words

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