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  • We Pay VAT. Why Don’t You? – #takeVat

    We Pay VAT. Why Don’t You? – #takeVat

    TakeVAT, Have struck again. on the 24th of February we “subvertised” an advertising billboard on a busy South London street, as part of our campaign highlighting the fact that the aviation industry pays no

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  • Take VAT targets aviation industry #takeVat

    Take VAT targets aviation industry #takeVat

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    Protesters descended on Heathrow today in a coordinated attempt to highlight the fact that the aviation industry pays no VAT.
    In a protest modelled on those recently seen at Oxford Street stores like Vodafone and Topshop by protest group UK Uncut, over 100 campaigners from TakeVAT and other direct action groups such as Plane Stupid ran around terminal 3 at Heathrow airport ‘confiscating items’.
    The campaigners were symbolically ‘confiscating’ items such as luggage trolleys and toilet

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  • No Trousers Underground/Tube Ride (No Pants Subway Ride) 2011: London

    No Trousers Underground/Tube Ride (No Pants Subway Ride) 2011: London

    Last year, over 30 Londoners took part. The 2nd Annual No Trousers Tube Ride in London will take place on Sunday 9th January. This event will also take place in other cities around the world on the same day

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  • Vodafone dodge £6bn Tax bill #vodafoneuk #ukuncut

    Vodafone dodge £6bn Tax bill #vodafoneuk #ukuncut

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    Vodafone closed its Oxford Street store in the face of protesters angry that the firm has been let off a potential £6bn tax bill amid deep welfare cuts.
    Vodafone has confirmed the shop will remain shut until it is safe to open it again.
    However, it disputes not paying a £6bn tax bill.
    The firm said that it had been in negotiations with HM Revenue and Customs regarding a tax assessment, but did not know where the £6bn figure had come from.
    In July

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  • OBJECT Comedy Night Fundraiser

    OBJECT Comedy Night Fundraiser

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    On Wednesday the 19th of May OBJECT held a comedy fundraiser at the Comedy Pub in Piccadilly and featured acts from :
    Kate Smurthwaite
    Helen Keen
    Miriam Elia
    Jessica Fostekew
    Shelley Cooper
    Ruby Basara
    OBJECT challenges ‘sex object culture’ — the ever increasing sexual objectification of women in the media and popular culture through lads’ mags, advertising or lap dancing clubs.
    http://www.object.org.uk/

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  • Bizzare Yourself

    Bizzare Yourself

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    The Bizarre Ball 2010 – the greatest show on earth supports the the Sophie Foundation and raisies awareness to
    Stamp Out Prejudice, Intolerance and Hatred Everywhere
    The Sophie Lancaster Foundation is actively lobbying parliament to drive a change in the hate crime legislation to support and protect subcultures
    Groups that are described as subcultures often include punk rockers, ravers, metalheads, goths, emo and indie. These cultures are largely peaceful by definition, and are more interested in music,

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  • Tesco – porns more harmful than pyjamas!

    Tesco – porns more harmful than pyjamas!

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    Over 30 pyjama clad activists descended upon Tescos on Picadilly, London on Friday the 26th of March 2010 to campaign against lads’ mags being openly displayed within their stores.
    Tescos have recently banned shoppers from shopping in there pyjamas and put up a notice “To avoid causing offence or embarrassment to others we ask that our customers are appropriately dressed when visiting our store (footwear must be worn at all times and no nightwear is permitted).”
    Tescos says – “We do, however,

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  • Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Women and the Environment

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.

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  • Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Vivienne Hayes

    Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Vivienne Hayes

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.

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  • Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Jennifer Mcdermot

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.

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  • Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Sabrina Qureshi

    Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Sabrina Qureshi

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.

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  • Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Eleanor Lisney & Michelle Daley

    Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Eleanor Lisney & Michelle Daley

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.

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  • Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Diane Brace

    Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010 – Diane Brace

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.
    http://www.wilpfinternational.org

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  • Million Women Rise – Finn Mackay London 6th March 2010

    Million Women Rise – Finn Mackay London 6th March 2010

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    Million Women Rise – Finn Mackay London 6th March 2010
    The London Feminist Network (LFN) is a women-only networking and campaigning organisation, formed in 2004 to unite London-based feminist groups and individuals in action! We currently have more than 1000 members.
    http://www.ldnfeministnetwork.ik.com

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  • Million Women Rise Anna van Heeswijk – Object – London 6th March 2010

    Million Women Rise Anna van Heeswijk – Object – London 6th March 2010

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.
    http://www.object.org.uk

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  • Million Women Rise – Polly Higgins London 6th March 2010

    Million Women Rise – Polly Higgins London 6th March 2010

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    Polly Higgins London 6th March 2010
    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.

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  • Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010

    Million Women Rise London 6th March 2010

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    Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the Womens Voluntary and Community Sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Womens Day in March each year.

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  • A Southwark walk with Barbera Steveni

    A Southwark walk with Barbera Steveni

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    Barbara’s walk takes us to Southwark Town hall as she talks about her lifes work and recalls the APG commission work with John McTernan who was Director of Political Operations and their strategy of injecting change into Southwarks educational policy.
    Barbara Steveni founded the Artists Placement Group 1966 together her husband John Latham. Its purpose was to place artists in government, commercial and industrial organisations.
    APG emerged from the idea that artists are a human resource

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  • Richard Elliot – Peckham Moon Buggy

    Richard Elliot – Peckham Moon Buggy

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    Richard Elliot a Peckham based artist recreates a NASA moon buggy to roam the floors of Peckham’s multiplex which is transformed into a temporary arts space displaying works commissioned by Hannah Barry and Lucky PDF.
    This video was a community commission for Positive TV produced by Felix Gonzales

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  • Sylvia Cohen filmed at Hampstead Heath

    Sylvia Cohen filmed at Hampstead Heath

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    Live Juggeling at the Pond in Hampstead Heath – I bumped into Sylvia who magically puts a smile on the faces of passers by. She practises daily and has spontaneously juggled at events across the UK.
    Sylvia a proud mother shares her love of juggling and spontaneous exercise recommending this activity to alleviate boredom and maintain dexterity.
    This video was a community commision for Positive TV produced by Felix Gonzales

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  • Leukaemia Research London Bikeathon

    Leukaemia Research London Bikeathon

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    Thank you to everyone that took part in the 2009 London Bikeathon, we hope that you had a fantastic day and that you successfully completed your chosen route.
    Over the past twelve years the London Bikeathon has raised over £3.5 million towards research into leukaemia, myeloma, lymphoma and the related blood diseases.
    The London Bikeathon is a ride for people of all ages and abilities. Positive TV reporter Felix Gonzales journeys the London City route and meets up with cyclists fundraising for

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