Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Assault on our internet access continues unabated ... and our phones are cut

In the previous blog, I published Declan's complaint last Sunday to the head of the City of London Police Commissioner Adrian Leppard against Broadway Homelessness and Support. Broadway CEO Howard Sinclair has denied us this charity's service in relation to finding alternative accommodation despite recently winning the £5 million two-year contract to take on the Mayor of London’s No Second Night Out project, which aims to prevent any new rough sleeper spending a second night on the streets. As Declan wrote to Commissioner Leppard, we are looking for a human rights solicitor to write to Sinclair and a journalist who might be interested in this story. However, it doesn't matter where we go, our internet connection continues be squeezed to such an extent that I can seldom even get a page to load. We have also just had our facility to make cheap calls to the US cut - for the second time in as many weeks.

We can't but be concerned about our safety with little or no access to the internet and our mobile phones targeted. Hopefully, we will make contact with someone who will write something for the internet before one of us is seriously injured. This screenshot was taken today and comes from Bishopsgate Library on Liverpool Street:

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This screenshot was taken yesterday and comes from one of McDonald's better establishments at Bank:
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Declan can't even go to a public library without being threatened. I took this photograph on Sunday in one of London's largest libraries, the Marcus Garvey Library in Tottenham:
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Declan's recent complaint to the United Nations can be read here.