Turning on the tap of protest

Turning  on  the  tap  of  protest

The anti-austerity, anti-water charges campaign is highly coordinated and structured and is tapping into a profound apathy within the political establishment

In court last Wednesday, the barrister acting on the protesters’ behalf spoke at length to the judge about his clients’ concerns and commitments. Tensions were running high, he explained. “Nothing I will say will make people less inclined to move.”

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