Dale Farm

Clearance of the UK's largest travellers' site will start "sooner rather than later", Basildon Council has said. The residents
Residents of the Dale Farm travellers’ site have lost their High Court battle against eviction. Basildon Council has been
Residents of Dale Farm, the UK's largest illegal travellers' site, are to learn whether they have won their High Court battle
Residents of Dale Farm, the UK's largest illegal travellers' site, will have to wait until next week to learn whether they
The never ending saga of Dale Farm Travellers' goes on, it must be one of the longest running Court cases ever. Why is this
The so called Travellers' are in the main from Irish stock, most coming from a town in Western Ireland called Rathkele, they
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Residents of the UK's largest illegal travellers' site have launched a fresh, three-pronged attack on
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Residents of the UK's largest illegal travellers' site are to launch their latest legal battle against
Travellers resisting eviction from Dale Farm have applied to English Heritage to gain official protection for the scaffold
Travellers fighting to stay on the UK's biggest illegal site - at Dale Farm near Basildon, Essex - won the latest round of
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Travellers fighting to stay on the UK's biggest illegal site are due to discover whether they have won
Mary Slattery's careworn face belies the uncertainty of the situation the Dale Farm travellers find themselves in. At 57 years old, she has already lost her only daughter, a trainee nurse, and now will potentially lose the place she calls home.
A High Court judgement on the eviction of travellers from Dale Farm in Essex has been delayed until Monday afternoon following
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The long-running dispute between Basildon Council and Dale Farm residents is returning to the High Court
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Protesters inside the UK's largest illegal travellers' site have said they will open the heavily barricaded
The UN should have bigger, worse things to worry about than the resolution of an ongoing planning dispute in South East England. Luckily it does. From China to Libya, from Yemen to Russia, governments daily abuse their citizens' human rights and deprive them of their dignity - perhaps the UN could concentrate on those hellholes before attacking Basildon Council?
Europe's human rights watchdog has called for the legalisation of long-established traveller sites - even if they breach
Residents of Dale Farm have won a last-minute injunction preventing Basildon Council from removing structures from Britain's
Negotiations between the travellers and Basildon Council have reportedly failed. The council leaders entered the site hoping
A tense and angry showdown between bailiffs and residents is expected as scores of families are evicted from the UK's biggest