We were discussing taking some kind of radical direct action for a long time before we went into occupation.
Anti-cuts, public services
The first parliamentary vote might have gone through, but this is not the end! That is why, in the absence of action by NUS, the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts has called a second national demonstration in London, on Saturday 29 January - and another Walkout/Day of Action on 26 January.
National Shop Stewards Network committee members have objected to moves by the Socialist Party towards presenting the NSSN as the sole coordination of the anti-cuts battle, and maybe as an electoral vehicle.
The right-wing media howls about "violence", but the government has declared war on our class and we must respond accordingly.
Students at the Camden School for Girls have gone into occupation, following an anti-cuts teach-in last night.
The struggles in response to the Con-Dem tuition fee increase and abolition of the EMA have inspired us all.
The Scottish UNISON Council, made up of delegates from all branches in Scotland, has voted for a call that the Scottish Parliament and local councils should defy Tory cuts and set “needs budgets”.
Wes Strong is a member of Solidarity, a revolutionary socialist organisation in America. He spoke to us about student struggles in the USA.
Assemble at Malet St, London WC1E 7HY, march to Parliament Square