As part of the ongoing Impossible Rebellion, two protesters have begun climbing the 7-storey offices of Marsh Insurance to protest against their influential role as the insurers of HS2’s subcontractors.
Written by: Lindsey Spinks, Sophie Dewston , Sarah White and Carol-Anne O’Callaghan from the Campaign to Save Leather Lane Click here to download the report
As opposed as I am to the wretched railway (unnecessary and unnecessarily expensive) my biggest concern is the wholesale corruption of our national life and the ruination of the public discourse that those who seek to do the prime minister's bidding on the question of High Speed Two have found it necessary to employ.
Three members of the NET who are HS2's bailiffs “hired thugs of choice”, are due to appear at Warwick Crown Court on Friday 16th July 2021 for a 'preparation trial'.
The Battle of The Bean Can - Chapter two - Anti HS2 activists face trial for defence of Jones’ Hill Ancient Woodland and surrounding Chilterns AONB.
We thought it was time for a brief Jones’ Hill Wood update/explainer: What has been happening at Jones’ Hill? How did we get here? Where are we with the legal case? And what can you do to help?
Let's give due credit to the creators of this latest piece of HS2 insanity. In the spirit of Franz Kafka and Joseph Heller, the intellectual midgets from Fusion are trying their hands at "badger mitigation".
Monday 10th May, at 5pm, Dr Larch Maxey was refused bail and remanded to HM Prison Pentonville, after pleading not guilty to the charge of criminal damage, totalling £30,000 during a protest at the High Speed 2, London head office.
Two security men stood, their backs to the war zone, occasionally glancing at their phones and shifting from foot to foot. They exchanged a brief acknowledgment that I had approached the fence.
In a shocking U turn of events, High Court Judge, Mr Justice Holgate refused permission for Mark Keir (representing the Jones Hill Wood Earth protectors) to apply for judicial review and lifted the injunction which had been placed to suspend the felling of Jones Hill Wood until a full legal case was heard.