Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Stop The Arms Fair


 

Stop The Arms Fair! 

Chase the Arms Dealers! – 

Farnborough, March 28th.

Defence Procurement, Research, Technology & Exportability (DPRTE).

Bristol Anarchist Federation are organising for a protest at the DPRTE in Farnborough on
March 28th.
Check their website for full info:
Bristol Anarchist Federation — Chase the Arms Dealers
 
They are holding Stop the Arms Fair – Info & Planning day. at Hydra Books, 34 Old Market on in Bristol on Saturday 3rd of March at 2pm. Facebook Event

Stop The Arms Fair:

When: Thursday 28th March 8.30am onwards
Where: Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre
Venue Info: https://www.farnboroughinternational.org/

The venue itself – Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre – has multiple entrances, and prior experience tells us that if there is a protest at one, organisers may attempt to hide this from attendees by instructing them to enter by a different entrance. As such the location of the main bulk of the protest may vary, so make sure to check back here just before the day, or keep in touch with Campaign Against the Arms Trade or Birmingham Stop the Arms Fair. For now, aim to get to Queens Roundabout, Farnborough GU14 6AZ. 

Keep an eye on: Campaign Against the Arms Trade, Birmingham Stop the Arms Fair, and Stop the Cardiff Arms Fair / Na i Ffair Arfau Caerdydd

Bristol Anarchist Federation

Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Rebel City



New issue of Rebel City — London’s anarchist paper. London ACG jointly produce the paper with other London anarchists. 

Rebel City aims to cover all issues of importance to working class Londoners. We argue for a radical transformation of our city. Rebel City is collectively produced by a range of groups and individuals.

Rebel City London

Free PDF edition:

Free PDF edition of the Rebel City paper

No War But The Class War


On 26th January Surrey ACG jointly hosted a No War But The Class War meeting with the Communist Workers' Organisation in Dorking. Fifteen people were there which was a pretty good attendance. Members of the SPGB came down from London and the CWO had members attend from Surrey and London. It was a decent discussion and after the formal meeting, people stayed on for some beers. The meeting was part of the ongoing NWBTCW initiative by the ACG and CWO and we agreed to produce a brief statement to attract other internationalists to future meetings around the UK.


Stop The Arms Fair

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