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Weekly migration news 10th March 2015

Weekly news from the Migrants Rights' Network.

Sweets Way occupation kicks off with a family fun day

Tenants and activists have occupied a prominent empty house on the Sweets Way Estate in Barnet, to hightlight the community being destroyed by Annington Homes' 'redevelopment' plans, as eviction of 150 families from their homes is under way.

Fake plastic trees

Notting Hill Housing Trust's (NHHT) 'consultation' event closes down when residents who do not approve of the plans turn up.

First of 'The Aylesbury Six' in court today

On 17th February, six people supporting the occupation on the Aylesbury Estate were arrested in the stand-off between the police (and TSG) and local residents and occupiers. One of them, an Aylesbury resident, was in Camberwell Magistrates Court this morning.

Weekly migration news 3rd March 2015

Weekly news from the Migrants Rights Network.

Concrete Heart Land at London College of Communications

'Concrete Heart Land', beautiful film about the social cleansing on the Heygate, will be shown at London College of Communications (LCC) at Elephant & Castle this Wednesday, 4th March, from 5:30pm.

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