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HSG monthly meeting (Tues 2 Dec, 7.30pm)

July 30, 2008

Haringey Solidarity Group meets regularly on the first Tuesday of the month. If you would like to find out more about the group and to get involved, our next meeting is on Tuesday 2nd December, 7.30pm upstairs at the Phoenix Millennium Centre, West Green Road, N15. Entrance on Vincent Road. All Welcome.

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Haringey against ID cards

July 30, 2008

The government’s hoped for introduction of Identity Cards over the next few years is the latest in a long line of attacks on our freedom. But, this is one attack too far. Along with the cards which the government hopes we will all carry, they also want to introduce a massive database on everyone in […]

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Local government workers’ strike

July 30, 2008

Unison and Unite members came out on a two-day strike on 16/17 July 2008. The strike was in response to a management offer of a 2.45% pay rise – well below any measure of inflation and so, effectively, a pay cut. Haringey Solidarity Group members turned up to support the various pickets around the borough.  […]

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UCKG chased out of libraries

July 30, 2008

Following a protest by a library user in the summer 2008, the Head of Haringey Libraries banned the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God fundamentalist sect from usage of any library premises. ‘Rescue of Dignity’  (a front organisation for UCKG) had been using Wood Green Library on a regular base on Friday afternoons. Their […]

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Dealing with bailiffs – a rough guide

July 30, 2008

There are unfortunately many sources of debts in which people are ripped off by interest rates, or persecuted for lack of cash. Many debt collection agencies and bailiffs work in tandem. Indeed, often they are just different branches of the same firm both use threatening letters to try to intimidate people.

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Billboard bombardment

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July 30, 2008

CONSUME CONSUME CONSUME Advertisers try to persuade us that our lives will benefit from buying their products. However, if we spend more money, we are likely to need more money. Unless we’re very lucky, that means we have to work longer and harder to get it or to pay off debts. This doesn’t sound like […]

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Camp for Climate Action a huge success

July 29, 2008

  Many of us from Haringey participated in the Camp for Climate Action at Kingsnorth in Kent, 3-11 August. Following a 60 mile march/caravan from the site of last year’s camp – Heathrow Airport – land near the Kingsnorth Power Station was seized for a week long event attended by 1500-2000 people. The idea was […]

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Save our GP Surgeries

July 28, 2008

Weekly picket of Haringey Teaching & Primary Care Trust HQ. Every Tuesday – 9am-10am at the gates of St Ann’s Hospital (Haringey Primary Care Trust HQ), St Ann’s Road, N15. Evergreen House Surgery patients call on other patients to come and join them in defending local GP surgeries, the cornerstone of the NHS – Tuesdays […]

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