Category Archives: Corporate

Ambiguities re company behind eviction of squatted homeless centre

Further details have emerged about the company that allegedly owns the London building squatted last Saturday as a centre for the homeless. The squatters, who called themselves “Love Activists”, were evicted from the property on Christmas Eve after being served … Continue reading

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Blacklisting and the police: the revolving door

The links between British police, Special Branch, MI5, the Conservative Party and blacklisting organisations go back to the post-World War 1 years. In the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s the Economic League ran most of the blacklisting activities throughout the UK. … Continue reading

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£1 an hour wage security firm forced to compensate for deadly assaults on children

Two days ago it was revealed that security services firms Serco and G4S have been forced to pay £100,000 compensation in damages to 14 children who had been assaulted by staff at Secure Training Centres (STCs). Earlier this year it … Continue reading

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