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21 April 2021

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Spycops inquiry - end political policing: The Undercover Policing Inquiry is set to resume between 21 April and 14 May. It is set to further expose police spying on left-wing political activists. This second round of hearings will cover the activity

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7 April 2021

Report condones vigil police violence - democratic community control a necessity

On 13 March, Socialist Party members were among the thousands who participated in a respectful but determined act of mass defiance following the ban on the vigil for Sarah Everard

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31 March 2021

Job losses, low pay, cuts to services, police violence: For the right to protest

Unite and fight: The Tories' Police, Crime, Courts and Sentencing Bill has sparked determined 'Kill the Bill' demonstrations across the country

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16 December 2020

School boy assaulted by police in Tottenham

People woke up to a horrific video on Friday 11 December. It was of a 16 year old black boy in his school uniform, being assaulted by a police officer in Tottenham, north London. A protest was quickly

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2 December 2020

Labour meeting lets MP get away with 'Spycops' abstention

63 people attended a public meeting on the Spycops undercover policing scandal, organised by Hornsey and Wood Green Labour Party in protest at the abstention of right-wing Labour MPs on the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS) bill.

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6 November 2020

Socialists, including Labour MP, spied on by police and security services

Nearly six years after it was set up the Undercover Policing Inquiry has finally begun, albeit in an extremely limited and inadequate way

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3 November 2020

Spycops inquiry finally opens

Around 1,000 organisations were spied on by the SDS

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22 January 2020

Protesting is not terrorism

Police issue counter-terror guidance against campaigners including Socialist Party: Trade unions should demand the government withdraws these documents and the Prevent strategy

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20 November 2019

Secret police infiltration of workers' movement exposed

Trade Union Conference Opposing Political Policing: Up to 200 socialists, trade union activists and community campaigners took part

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16 October 2019

Pressure needed to force secret police disclosure

For at least 40 years, special undercover sections of the police spied on trade unionists, socialist organisations including the Socialist Party, and campaigners such as the family of Stephen Lawrence, victim of a racist murder.

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4 July 2018

Spycops inquiry - dancing to the police's tune

Despite being established over three years ago with a proposal to finish in 2018, the undercover policing inquiry is now scheduled to finish in 2023

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6 June 2018

Socialists defend Lush ad campaign against spy cops

Soap shop Lush dropped a bath bomb on 31 May with storefront displays highlighting abuses by undercover police.

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21 March 2018

Walkout from undercover policing inquiry

Socialist Party activists were among around 200 core participants who walked out of the inquiry

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17 January 2018

Undercover policing legal challenge

The government has failed to inquire into undercover policing operations in Scotland

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9 August 2017

Coventry: march following racist police killing

Over 200 came to the launch meeting of the #Justice4Daz campaign, set up after Coventry man Darren Cumberbatch died on 19 July following "contact" with the police. Hundreds also joined a march in Nuneaton on 29 July.

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26 July 2017

Council meeting abandoned after undercover policing protest

The mayor of Peterborough postponed a council meeting due to protests in the public gallery against Tory councillor Andy Coles

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26 July 2017

'Freedom riders' lobby against violent policing

Pensioners and disabled people from South Yorkshire Freedom Riders are to travel by coach to York on 31 July to lobby a police misconduct hearing

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5 April 2017

Gagged Jobstown defendants defiantly expose the Irish state

The 'Assembly for Justice' in Dublin was an inspiring display of working class solidarity with those facing trial for 'false imprisonment'

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5 April 2017

Far right humiliated in London - but trade unions must organise against racism and austerity

It was difficult to tell, peering through the massive police protection they require in order to show their faces in public. But it looked like a motley crew of not much more than 100 mustered for the 1 April Britain First/EDL march in central London.

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1 February 2017

Bristol: Angry meeting discusses tasering of race relations man

Around 200 people crammed into a meeting in St Pauls, Bristol, on 28 January to discuss the horrendous tasering of a police race relations group member Judah Adunbi.

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