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New pamphlet on the history of the New River

November 11, 2013

Photo: Hjuk at en.wikipedia North London’s man-made water supply, the New River, is 400 years old this year… Much has been made of its history; but it isn’t well known that the New River’s creation and development is intimately bound up with the growth of capitalism. Now radical history publishers Past Tense have just produced […]

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HSG’s Totally Indypendent autumn newsletter hits the streets

Totally Indypendent no 26

October 28, 2013

The latest issue of Haringey Solidarity Group’s newsletter, Totally Indypendent, is now out, with articles about Tottenham ‘regeneration’ (including the new Costa Fortune in Seven Sisters), the implications of cuts to legal aid and much more. You can download a link from our website, just click on the link in the Newsletter side panel, but […]

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Zombie Disco HSG fundraiser, Fri 25 Oct 8pm-3am

Zombie Disco

October 6, 2013

ZOMBIE DISCO fundraiser, with bands and DJs playing the deadest beats at the Silver Bullet, 5 Station Place, Finsbury Park, N4 Friday 25 October – free before 8pm,  £5 / £3 (concs) after. Music and bar til 3am. Tube: Finsbury Park is 1 min walk. Buses: 4, 19, 24, 106, 153, 210, 236, 253, 254 […]

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No to workfare at Homebase – Harringay and Willesden joint protests, Sun 22 Sep, 1pm

Workfare is an attack on us all

September 17, 2013

Haringey Solidarity Group are calling for people to join a picket outside the Harringay Homebase following recent confirmation that the Willesden branch of Homebase continue to recruit unpaid workers via their local Job Centre. This is despite earlier statements from Homebase stating that they would only take on people on work experience through local organisations, […]

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Haringey Council: ensuring “business-led” development in Tottenham

August 21, 2013

Haringey Council has recently said that it will listen to the concerns of local traders over the ongoing ‘regeneration’ of Tottenham High Road, which many fear is little more gentrification. Many traders have been recently speaking out against proposed demolitions and the threat of higher rents which could close many local family businesses. But despite […]

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Justice delayed is justice denied

August 7, 2013

Saturday 3rd August marked the second anniversary of the death of Mark Duggan at the hands of armed police, and the twentieth anniversary of the death of Joy Gardner at the hands of immigration officers. At a packed public meeting at North London Community House, members of their families and others shared their stories and […]

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Support civil disobedience against austerity! Solidarity protest, Friday 2 August

July 29, 2013

Haringey resident Reverend Paul Nicolson is refusing to pay his council tax in protest at the cuts to council tax benefit and other government welfare ‘reforms’ that are making many people poorer and pushing them further into debt and poverty. He has said that “civil disobedience is morally defensible if it highlights laws which are […]

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