No Borders Newsletter #3

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* Report from the No Borders network gathering in Manchester 16-17 February 08
* GEO protest, Reading – 22 February 08
* No Borders South Wales picket Home Office in Cardiff – 12 February 08
* Harmondsworth 4 acquitted ! – 22 February 2008
* No Borders activist found guilty – 28 January 2008
* Bristol No Borders prevent dawn raids, again – 12 February 2008

See also, previous No Borders newsletters, and more, on the No Borders UK website.
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Mauritian deported after Home Office dirty trick

Well the Home Office ‘Border & Immigration Agency’ struck again and deported a young Mauritian last week. They did the dirty when they invited him for interview in London (Croydon’s immigration HQ), then picked him up the night before in the accommodation they’d provided. Detention then deportation quickly followed. All we can say (apart from b@st$%ds) is good luck K, and hopefully see you again soon!
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Small world kitchen on Friday 22nd February @ Sumac

And again, following the last one (8th Feb) the Sumac Centre is hosting a tasty Friday night ‘Small World Kitchen’ where you can have a meal and a chin wag, courtesy of NNRF Women’s group. It’s on February 22nd and it starts 7.30pm. See earlier posts (below) for full details including directions.
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Two events in London in March 2008

NO BORDERS BENEFIT March 1st, Rampart Social Centre
Celebrate the struggle for social spaces and for freedom of movement with another NoBorders benefit party at March 1st, refreshments, films, info stall, and – of course – music, featuring DJ Shorty, xt.rats’s & more
15 -17 Rampart Street, London E1 2LA , near Whitechapel, off Commercial Rd.
Details and map from London No Borders:


GOWER STREET, LONDON WC1. Registration from 10.30am. Read more about the conference at
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