A snapshot of the homeless campsites popping up in our English cities
tony at cultureshop.org.uk
Thu May 11 02:03:46 BST 2017
This entire article, a major victory and
important legal precedent, has been removed from
the Bristol Post website - can any tech guru out
there find a copy of it with Judge's name etc
etc? Let's make sure its available online for
anyone in a similar situation for ever. I've done
my best by searching caches etc. I imagine this
is either the grubby work of BCC legal services
dept. or Mike Norton The Bristol Post's editor
revamping the site and wiping his entire archive...? Really?
Victory for Tent City homeless as judge slams council
Council as Tent City homeless people celebrate victory in banning case
Friday, 26 August 2016
A senior judge has criticised Bristol City
Council for attempting to effectively banish a
group of homeless people from the entire city,
after the group won a major victory in court to stop the ban.
victory in court to stop the ban.
Council chiefs backed down in their attempt to
impose a court injunction on the so-called 'Tent
City' group of around 10 homeless people who have
been camping for months in a park in Easton, and agreed a deal with them.
The council had tried to evict the 10 from the
park and pass an injunction which would have
meant they would be committing a crime if they
slept rough or camped on council-owned public
spaces anywhere else in Bristol effectively banning them from the city.
Nottingham 'Tent Village' occupants ordered to leave 15/1/2016.
Leeds 'Tent city' homeless protest moved after court order 27/9/2016.
Milton Keynes 'Tent City ' Outrage as Milton
Keynes Council admit it destroys homeless people's tents 14/7/2016
Manchester 'Tent City ' Who lives in Manchester's tent city 13/5/2016
Bristol City ' Tent City ' Judge criticises
Bristol City Council as Tent City homeless people
celebrate victory in banning case 26/8/2016
Exeter City 'Tent City' Exeter city Council
confiscates 57 tents from homeless people 22/12/2015
So much emphasis is placed on select Jewish
participation in Bormann companies that when
Adolf Eichmann was seized and taken to Tel Aviv
to stand trial, it produced a shock wave in the
Jewish and German communities of Buenos Aires.
Jewish leaders informed the Israeli authorities
in no uncertain terms that this must never happen
again because a repetition would permanently
rupture relations with the Germans of Latin
America, as well as with the Bormann
organization, and cut off the flow of Jewish
money to Israel. It never happened again, and the
pursuit of Bormann quieted down at the request of
these Jewish leaders. He is residing in an
Argentinian safe haven, protected by the most
efficient German infrastructure in history as
well as by all those whose prosperity depends on his well-being.
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