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Daily Fail: Anarchists Class War target Foxtons in protest



8 OCTOBER 2016: Class War Women’s Death Brigade SHUT DOWN Foxtons’ main office on Upper Street after three of their agents attacked Jane Nicholl during a peaceful protest (not against them!) a couple of months ago. Foxtons directly condone male violence in this case but it’s also important to remember that the housing crisis, which they are involved in propelling out of control, is a gendered crisis. #parasites

Members of the Class War, a hard-left anarchists group, were seen protesting outside the offices of upmarket estate agents Foxtons in Islington today, 8 October 2016.

Anarchists hold demo outside branch of Foxtons which employed estate agents who brawled with protestors outside Boris Johnson’s house

  • Class War group hold protest outside Foxtons estate agents in Islington
  • The Women’s Death Brigade showed anger after assault charges dropped
  • One woman claims she was left battered and bruised after three estate agents confronted the Class War protesters outside Boris Johnson’s home

Full Daily Fail article here (more…)

Saturday 8 October: Meet 12pm – 2pm Women-only demo against Foxtons estate agents and Police collusion



8 OCTOBER: 12pm- 2pm Foxtons Islington Estate Agents, 355 Upper Street, Islington N1 0PD: This is a call to all women who despise police collusion, corruption and male violence to come and support this protest.

We are not victims! Fuck Foxtons! Fuck the Police! 

Meet at Saturday 8th October 12pm @ Foxtons Islington Estate Agents, 355 Upper Street, Islington N1 0PD

Three estate agents got sacked after they attacked a woman without warning, but now ALL CHARGES have been dropped against them! This is a women-only demo, bring banners and music! (more…)

Shut down the Property Awards 2016! Grosvenor House, 6pm 19 April

*The bastards are making a killing from making people homeless!*

On April 19th 2016, the Architects of Gentrification are once again advancing to the Grovesnor Hotel on Park Lane. This is a call-out to everyone that believes property developers should not be congratulating each other for the profits they make from pricing people out of their communities, evictions and homelessness. (more…)