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A man has died after being Tasered by police officers in Cumbria

From the BBC this morning: ‘A man has died after being Tasered by police officers in Cumbria. Police were called to Hartington Street, in Barrow, at 18:30 BST on Tuesday, following reports of a man causing a disturbance. A Taser … Continue reading

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Shot dead by police 30. Officers convicted 0

From the Independent: The Attorney General was accused of bowing to political pressure last night after it emerged that no police officer will be prosecuted for shooting dead a man armed with a wooden table leg. The killing of Harry … Continue reading

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Police violence in Tunisia

From Reporters Without Borders: “Reporters Without Borders has condemned the police violence to which at least 15 journalists were subjected while covering the three days of demonstrations in the capital that began on 5 May. Making no attempt to distinguish … Continue reading

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UK Uncut protests: condemn police use of CS gas

On Sunday 30 January, three UK Uncut protesters were hospitalised when police attacked them with pepper spray. The Guardian has written a report of the incident. The use of more advanced weaponry by the police on defenceless young protesters, on … Continue reading

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Right to Resist booklet – order some for your campaign

Little red book See the PDF of the Right to Resist Campaign’s little red book – a resource for activists with information on your rights, information about the campaign, and advice on what to do in custody or if you … Continue reading

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Support our campaign – pass this motion!

Our campaign against police repression and management victimisation needs your help! Support Right to Resist by passing the following motion in your anti-cuts committee, Constituency Labour Party, trade union, trades council, student union, or campaign group. If you would like … Continue reading

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No punishments for school walk-outs!

The police are not the only ones who use repressive measures against anti-cuts protests. Many school and college managements have used harsh discipline to punish, victimise and intimidate students who organise and participate in walkouts. In some cases, management have … Continue reading

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