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freedom to protest

As well as campaigning directly against Britain's nuclear weapons programme, over the past 24 years, we have maintained our right to protest in the proud tradition of women's protest and resistance. There have been repeated attempts over the years to get rid of the camp by the Ministry of Defence and the companies which run Aldermaston. In 2009 we finally won the right to camp on Ministry of Defence land outside the fence at Aldermaston.

Aldermaston Women attend Serco AGM

Some of us went to the Serco AGM yesterday at Canary Wharf. Serco are 1/3 of the management company that runs AWE. Apparently there's some kind of injunction against protest at Canary Wharf.

Police encounters briefing

This is a short guide for women who want to know more about police powers.


Domestic Extremists or Domestic Goddesses?

Filmed at AWE Aldermaston - Britain's nuclear bomb factory - on 12 February 2011.They plan for nuclear war and they call us "extreme"

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Surveillance Corner, continued

Still no reply from the MDP to our complaint

Surveillance corner

policecameraWe're used to the "normal" practice of CCTV surveillance and logging car registration numbers, a

Women campaigners to challenge police abuse of power


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Byelaws: Appeal Court Judgement

See below for a pfd of the Final Judgement by the Appeal Court, February 2009.

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MoD defeated in freedom to protest case

outside the high courtA Ministry of Defence (MoD) byelaw banning camping outside the Atomic Weapons Establishme

Aldermaston byelaws judicial review decision, 5 February

The decision on whether the Aldermaston byelaw criminalising camping on MoD land outside the fence will be heard on Thursday 5 February at 10.15 at the High Court (Strand, London).