Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Our sleeping pitch is fenced off

Last night at 9.00pm we arrived at our sleeping pitch on a derelict St Alphage Highwalk at the back of Salters' Hall only to find that it had been fenced off. We don't know who did this, but the Salters' Company could now be prosecuted for not having a fire escape.

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This is a photo of the sleeping pitch I took yesterday morning at 6.20am just before leaving:
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So we had no choice but to go to the front of the Salters' building.
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Since the Salters' Company is responsible for important philanthropic work in science education and we have a petition to the UN in support of stem cell research which has been signed by 29 Nobel laureates, among hundreds of other distinguished scientists from around the world, Declan wrote to the Master of the Salters' Company Prof Sir John Holman from the University of York to inform him that we are at the other end of an accommodation blockade through surveillance. This is the reply Declan received on 24 May from the Salters' Company on behalf of Prof Holman:

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As Declan explains in this application he lodged with the High Court on 29 August against the Commissioner of Police for the City of London Adrian Leppard and Home Secretary Theresa May, we have been experiencing this accommodation blockade through surveillance for over a year now:


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