A woman screams ‘you’re breaking my fingers’ as HS2 protest camp eviction begins

Bailiffs, aided by police, are using brutal force to evict an anti-HS2 protest camp in Jones Hill Wood, Buckinghamshire. Protesters are calling for urgent back-up to help them protect the woodland that will soon be destroyed forever. The police have arrested at least three people so far.In the darkness of early morning on Thursday 1 October, around 40 National Eviction Team (NET) bailiffs, working on behalf of HS2, and accompanied by 20 police officers, made their way into the camp. Footage shows a woman screaming in pain as NET officers assault her in an attempt to remove her. “You’re breaking my fingers!” she screams, as police watch on,…

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YOU’RE NOT COMING IN! Bars and Restaurants Across Britain REFUSE to Serve MPs over 10 pm Curfew #CancelTheCurfew

BARS and Restaurants across Britain have vowed to refuse to serve MPs over the disastrous 10pm curfew that has been accused of “crippling” the hospitality sector.One bar called Mojo said: “We call on our friends in pubs & restaurants across the country to join us in putting all the members of parliament on notice.”“Until they release our industry to trade/provide us with viable financial support, we will not serve them.”BURNHAM TO BORIS: OPEN THE PUBS!LABOUR Manchester Mayor has slammed Boris Johnson for closing bars and restaurants in Bolton – despite cases falling and has told him to ‘open-up’ Bolton’s bars and restaurants.Boris has forced Bolton’s pubs and restaurants…

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The new coronavirus rules only work if you’re rich

Boris Johnson revealed the Tory government’s latest coronavirus (Covid-19) measures on Tuesday 22 September. But some of the advice will only work for richer people. And it shows that once again the Tories are abandoning the poorest people in the UK.Follow the rules…The government has outlined several new rules along with advice. BBC News summed them up. It said that in England, the new rules included:“Office workers are being told to work from home again if possible”. “Penalties for not wearing a mask or gathering in groups of more than six will increase to £200 on the first offence”. “From Thursday 24 September, all pubs, bars and restaurants…

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