Protestors

Berkeley Protesters Are Lying On Train Tracks To Make Their Point

The Huffington Post UK | Louise Ridley | Posted 10.12.2014 | UK

Anti-police protesters have been lying on train tracks in so-called "die-ins" to campaign against the failure to bring charges against white police of...

Charlie Thomas

EDF Drops Law Suit Against Climate Change Protesters

HuffingtonPost.com | Charlie Thomas | Posted 13.03.2013 | UK

EDF has dropped a £5 million law suit against a group of climate change protesters, following sustained pressure from the public and high profile cam...

'Anonymous' Warn of Attack on F1 in Canada

Todd McCandless | Posted 29.07.2012 | UK Sport
Todd McCandless

If you've been following our stories regarding the protests in Canada, here and here, then you may be interested to know that the group 'Anonymous' has once again targeted Formula One as the center of their next attack on June 10th according to the group's statement:

Me Thinks They Doth Protest Too Little

Alex Hawley | Posted 13.06.2012 | UK Politics
Alex Hawley

There's been a lot said the last few days about Trenton Oldfield's Mid-Thames paddle at the Oxford Cambridge boat race last weekend. Well I say there's been a lot said; really very little has been said, but it's been repeated with slightly different words under a number of different banners.

Fortnum and Mason Protestor Arrests Are a Sign That Protest Policing Needs to Change

Pete Speller | Posted 20.01.2012 | UK Politics
Pete Speller

The government and the police have, over the last 20 years or so, been pursuing a policy of increasingly criminalising protest. They no longer see it as their role to facilitate protest, they see their role as to police protest, to regulate and control it.

Tents, Frocks and Strops

The Reverend Jennie Hogan | Posted 03.01.2012 | UK
The Reverend Jennie Hogan

"What would Jesus do?" everyone is asking. It's not outrageous to suggest that he would regularly sip a West End cappuccino with a prostitute friend on one side, and a desperate drug addict on the other. Certainly, the complexities of the modern world wouldn't scare him off.

Turbulent Priests and Turbulent News Cycles

Reverend Peter Ould | Posted 27.12.2011 | UK Politics
Reverend Peter Ould

How did we get to this point, where up and down the country people are once again moaning at the mention of the Church of England? What lessons can be learnt from the series of PR gaffes which most people are now acknowledging have been committed by St Paul's and others?