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You can't debate with people who've declared war on you

The director of Zaha Hadid Architects, Patrik Schumacher has called for social housing in London to be scrapped: Patrik Schumacher calls for social housing and public space to be scrapped… 501 more words


Attention Southend Borough Council

A little note to Southend Borough Council, Southend BID and Metal Culture Ltd. – attempts to paint over / sweep aside the harsh realities of life in 2016 that manifest themselves along the High Street will result in extreme piss taking from us fed up plebs…


I, Daniel Blake | Review

Dir. Ken Loach

Screenplay. Paul Laverty

Britain, 2016

In a searing indictment of austerity Britain, Loach exposes the struggle to retain dignity and humanity with equal bluntness and affection. 900 more words


RBKC- Supping at the property developers table!

In a recent Grenfell Action Group blog we highlighted our concerns that high ranking Councillors from RBKC have been sticking their noses into the filthy trough of property development by supping at the MIPIM table. 1,587 more words

The Road Out of London

As a child growing up in the city, you’re pretty much conditioned to believe that getting rich, married, buying a dog and moving to the country, where you’ll live in a big house and breed children who will naturally be born wearing wellies is the dream. 1,110 more words

Actors Occupy Shopping Centre To Speak Out Against Social Cleansing

The Focus E15 campaign joined forces with a dynamic theatre company called You Should See The Other Guy on Sunday 16 October. An impromptu performance took place inside the Stratford Centre of a play called Land of the Three Towers, much to the surprise and delight of  shoppers and Focus E15 campaign supporters. 170 more words

Housing Crisis

West London Citizens-The return of the vultures!

Disturbing news has reached the Grenfell Action Group that the “cultural tourists” who represent West London Citizens are trying to ingratiate themselves onto the Silchester Estate. 457 more words