Posts Tagged ‘Jesse Norman’

Lime trees not limelight

Posted on July 21st, 2013 by Luther Blissett

The fight to save the Edgar Street trees continued this week with a demonstration of local residents and activists. Those who attended made their feeling known with music, song and the redecoration of the trees. It was a good turn out for the first demo, but almost inevitably it was hijacked by politicians. In the […]

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Vote Tory, Vote for Revolution!

Posted on September 17th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

Cuts to the NHS, attacks on the disabled, scapegoating of the unemployed, tax cuts for the rich, criminalisation of squatting, increase in student tuition fees etc. etc. none of this sounds very revolutionary does it? Well think again. While the Tory millionaires are pushing through these policies, the people are getting organised. We’ve seen students […]

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Homeless hostel closed by Cameron

Posted on March 12th, 2012 by Keith

‘We’re all in it together’ … apparently. Yet none of us can see David Cameron and all his rich mates losing their homes. Which is precisely what’s happened to eight people in Hereford after the city’s only homeless hostel for men closed its doors at the end of February. Cuts in housing benefit grants have […]

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Hereford Heckler #21 out now!

Posted on March 9th, 2012 by RebelBull

The latest issue of the Hereford Heckler, and the last in its current format, is now available online and will soon be hitting the streets. This issue includes; An exclusive article on the council sell-off of all its service Taxpayers to pay for £27m new road Child poverty ‘significant issue’ for Herefordshire ‘We’re back!’ – the […]

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