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BROKEN BRITISH POLITICS – GAGING ORDER & ATOS COMPLAINTS
The reading of the Lobbyist Bill the Gagging Order has been delayed until the 16th December ,Government are a little shaky whether it would get through .
All ATOS Complaints will now be directed to the National Case Examiner and not the DWP it is obvious they have been swamped and cannot handle the amount of Traffic .
The High Court threw out this morning the Governments plan to ditch the Independent Living Fund .
Anonymous protest clashes
Protesters supporting the hacking group Anonymous have clashed with police in Parliament Square in London.
'Why I joined Anonymous' - protester at the scene
One Anonymous protester told of how he was moved to join the group after being arrested under the Computer Misuse Act, despite having "done nothing wrong".Protestors clash with police outside Buckingham Palace, as they demonstrate during the Bonfire of Austerity protest in central London. Credit: PA
Sean Roesner, 21, a self-employed computer programmer, travelled to tonight's protest with his brother and friend from King's Lynn, Norfolk this afternoon.
He said: "We turned up and the protest was at Buckingham Palace. When we arrived people were firing fireworks at the Palace.
"It was funny. I didn't have any but I would have fired some if I had.
"I joined Anonymous because I was arrested under the Computer Misuse Act. I spent eight months on police bail last year and had done nothing wrong."We are here to stand up for what we believe in, to make the world a better place."
Mr Roesner said his friend had been among a group of people encircled by the police on The Mall and was waiting for him to be released so they could return home.about 2 hours ago
Fireworks fired at Buckingham Palace during protestFireworks fired at Buckingham Palace Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire
Fireworks have been fired at Buckingham Palace during a protest against austerity. Protesters have gathered at the Queen Victoria Memorial after protesting outside parliament.It's not known if the firework did any damage to the building. Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire about 2 hours ago
Police stop protesters reaching Buckingham PalacePolice stop protesters reaching Buckingham Palace Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire
Police have stopped demonstrators taking part in the Million Mask March from reaching Buckingham Palace.Police line up in front of Buckingham Palace Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire Police lead away one protester they arrested during the demonstrations Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire about 2 hours ago
Anonymous supporters clash with police in LondonPolice eject anonymous supporters from a McDonalds Credit: ITV News
Supporters of the online activist group have clashed with police after they were forcibly ejected from a McDonalds in Central London.Demonstrators gathered near parliament Credit: ITV News about 3 hours ago
Anonymous demonstrations around the worldProtesters in Spain confront police Credit: REUTERS/Susana Vera
Supporters of the online protest group Anonymous have taken part in a series of demonstrations to coincide with Bonfire Night.
The group has taken for its logo the image of Guy Fawkes made famous by the film V for Vendetta. In the film and the graphic novel it's based on, V overthrows a corrupt government by blowing up the Houses of Parliament.Demonstrators protest in Pennsylvania Credit: REUTERS/Jim Bourg
Demonstrators in Madrid tried to march on the country's parliament but were stopped by police. In London, protesters clashed with police in Parliament Square. In Washington, demonstrators peacefully protested outside the US Justice Department.Supporters of Anonymous gather in Washington Credit: REUTERS/Jim Bourg about 3 hours ago
Hundreds of protesters gather outside ParliamentHundreds of protesters gathered in Parliament Square as part of the Million Mask March. Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire A woman breathes fire during the protests outside Westminster. Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire Hundreds of protesters gathered in Parliament Square as part of the Million Mask March. Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire about 3 hours ago
Anonymous march spreads to Buckingham Palace
Protesters taking part in the Million Mask March have spread from Trafalgar Square towards Westminster as well as down the Mall towards Buckingham Palace.
The British have taken to the streets #MillionMaskMarchFrom @spiritwriter66 on Twitter: (about 4 hours ago)
Anonymous protest in Ireland and Northern IrelandProtesters gather in Dublin Credit: Twitter/@dublinrealtv
Supporters of Anonymous have also protested in Dublin and Belfast as the movement takes part in the global protest against corruption on Bonfire Night.Protesters gather in Belfast Credit: Twitter/@RaineyGareth Protesters peacefully demonstrated in Dublin Credit: Twitter/@dublinrealtv about 4 hours ago
Anonymous protest grows in Parliament SquareProtesters clash with police in parliament square Credit: Twitter/ Pamela Nash MP
The MP Pamela Nash has tweeted a picture which from Portcullis House shows the scale of the Anonymous protest in Parliament Square.about 4 hours ago
Russell Brand dons Anonymous mask during protestRussell Brand has been pictured with an Anonymous mask during the Million Mask March. Credit: Twitter/ @Hevallo about 4 hours ago
Anonymous: Protests in more than 400 locations
The website run by Anonymous for the Million Masks March claims that there will be more than 400 protests around the world.Map showing the location of protesters taking part in the Million Masks March Credit: Google Maps, Million Masks March.org about 4 hours ago
MP joins Anonymous protest
The Green MP Caroline Lucas has met protesters joining the Anonymous march on parliament.
Just been outside Parliament to join Protest against Austerity - some great drumming - all seems peaceful - hope it stays that way #MMMFrom @CarolineLucas on Twitter: (about 4 hours ago)
Russell Brand joins Anonymous protestersRussell Brand tweeted a picture of himself with the protesters Credit: Twitter
The comedian Russell Brand has joined Anonymous protesters at a rally in central London.
He tweeted "whatever party they claim to represent in the day, at night they show their true colours and all go to the same party."about 5 hours ago
Anonymous brings Million Mask March to London
Supporters of the online action group Anonymous have taken to the streets of London to show their support for the organisation.
Hundreds of people have gathered in Trafalgar Square and have marched on parliament wearing masks of Guy Fawkes.
The protesters say they are taking part in the Million Mask March which has seen similar demonstrations in America, Australia and Scandinavia.
Anonymous claim the protest is demonstration of support for their organisation and WikiLeaks.about 5 hours ago
Anonymous protesters clash with police
Supporters of the hacking group Anonymous have clashed with police near the Houses of Parliament.
Protesters clash with police in parliament square
Supporters of the hacking group Anonymous are clashing with police in parliament square.