Scenes of Civil Unrest


















6 thoughts on “Scenes of Civil Unrest”

  1. BBC: “Youngsters mostly trying to persuade officers to let them out. Some are cold … others desperate to use the toilet.”

    Guardian: “Protester in a wheelchair was dragged away by police. (…) I spoke to his brother, Finlay, who says Jody was actually pulled from the chair twice.”

    Guardian: “Shiv Malik, 29, a journalist,(…) on his way to University College Hospital for treatment to a head wound caused by a police baton.”

    Guardian: “The Guardian’s Jonathan Haynes calls me from Whitehall. He says that while the “kettle” on Parliament Square is being officers where he is – just near the Cenotaph – won’t let anyone out, even the media.”

    D’Police schéngt genee esou gudd zu London zesinn wéi zu Stuttgart.

  2. Extrem liesenswäert och:
    Patrick Butler an Shiv Malik (jo, deen deen vun der Police verletzt gouf), All in it together? Young people and the cutshttp://tinyurl.com/all-in-this-together

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    Michael Chessum, Student protests: today is our 1968 moment — A coalition victory in the tuition fees vote could turn our protest into a mass anti-privatisation movementhttp://tinyurl.com/39j3lwk

    The line now being pushed by Nick Clegg and David Cameron is that students – the full-time readers, the doctoral researchers – simply haven’t read the government’s proposals, or don’t understand them. We have read them, and we don’t like them.

  3. Jup den armen Mann ass fun sengem Gaardeschlauch gefall …. an fum riot gear geseit een och net grad fill, geseit alt nees aus wei en Beispill fun enger gelongener Berichterstattung ..

  4. Dach, déi waren do. Ech hunn just e puer Screenshots geholl, mä et huet een se gesinn. Och am Gebei. Zumols wéi d’Leit bis ugefaangen hunn d’Fënsteren anzeschloen an d’Dieren ze rammen, hues de se bannenan gesinn.

  5. Déi eng Säit hunn ech Schüler déi mer schonn op 5e soen si géife gär an England studéieren goen, déi aner Säit gesinn ech dat do. Déi Fraisen déi säit 2006 gëllen sinn elo schonn hefteg am Verglach mat aneren EU Länner. Impressionant Biller, op alle Fall.

  6. Extrem liesenswäert och: Patrick Butler an Shiv Malik (jo, deen deen vun der Police verletzt gouf), All in it together? Young people and the cuts — http://tinyurl.com/all-in-this-together an Michael Chessum, Student protests: today is our 1968 moment — A coalition victory in the tuition fees vote could turn our protest into a mass anti-privatisation movement — http://tinyurl.com/39j3lwk The line now being pushed by Nick Clegg and David Cameron is that students – the full-time readers, the doctoral researchers – simply haven’t read the government’s proposals, or don’t understand them. We have read them, and we don’t like them.

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