Lichfield 26/06/21 - Wigan 03/07/21 On Saturday 26th June, a diverse group of people from across the country will embark on The Truth Trail - a 100 mile walk from…
On May 27th 2021, six activists were set to face trial at High Wycombe Magistrate Court. The case was dismissed after the CPS and Thames Valley Police failed to submit any evidence of the alleged charges against the defendants.
The Battle of The Bean Can - Chapter two - Anti HS2 activists face trial for defence of Jones’ Hill Ancient Woodland and surrounding Chilterns AONB.
On Monday 24th May, Dr Larch Maxey appealed for release at The Inner London Sessions House Crown Court and was granted bail with strict conditions. He now awaits release from…
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".
Jones Hill Wood, known affectionately as Roald Dahl woods, is destined to be destroyed by HS2 as a Licence to fell is issued.
Teenager, Rollie, 17 from Hartlepool speaks out on their 10 day occupation of the Euston tunnel network to protest HS2
The eviction of Poor’s Piece Wood on the edge of Steeple Claydon in Buckinghamshire MK18 2HH has begun today. Members of the National Eviction Team (NET) employed by HS2 to forcefully remove tree protectors arrived on site early this morning. Tree protectors are locked-on in treehouses and towers in the three acre ancient woodland in an act of non-violent direct action, and are determined to protect the wood for future generations.
As we face the climate emergency, one of the most disappointing aspects of the last 3 weeks at Euston Square Gardens has been the wall of silence from MPs and Peers, save the very few (thank you Caroline Lucas, Zarah Sultana and Baroness Jenny Jones) who have spoken up in support of the protesters and their aims. We know many more are opposed to HS2, for environmental, finance and governance reasons, but where have they been?
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