Extinction Rebellion: You Can’t Arrest Us All’

By Andy Gregory from the Independent – Re-Blogged From WUWT

‘If and when 10,000 people sit in a street and refuse to be moved, then what the police will ‘allow’ is neither here nor there’

Extinction Rebellion have dismissed Scotland Yard‘s claim that the force would not allow large-scale London protests planned for October.

The climate change activist group said the matter would likely be ”out of their hands, however hard they try to arrest us”.

The group is planning demonstrations on a bigger scale than those in April, when they occupied four sites in the capital for 11 days with one of the UK’s largest civil disobedience campaigns in decades.

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Extinction Rebellion protests: Met Wants to Charge More than 1,100 Activists

By Bonnie Christian – Re-Blogged From Evening Standard

Scotland Yard wants to charge more than 1,100 people who were arrested during last month’s Extinction Rebellion protests, a senior office has said.

More than 70 activists have so far been charged in connection with the demonstrations that brought parts of London to a standstill for 10 days.

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London Property Slide Worsens With Biggest Drop Since 2009

By Mark O’Byrne – Re-Blogged From Gold Eagle

3.8% fall y/y in Q1, the seventh straight decline in values – Nationwide
– Nationally, U.K. real-estate market remains ‘subdued’
– Some of the weakness relates to Brexit as economic uncertainty impacts sentiment

London continued to lead the U.K.’s weakening property market at the start of 2019, with prices falling the most since the financial crisis a decade ago.

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London Property Sees Brave Bet By Norway

By Mark O’Byrne – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

– Sales in London property market at ‘historic lows’

– 65% fall in pre-tax profits in 2017 to £6.5m reported by London estate agents Foxtons – Foxtons warns 2018 will ‘remain challenging’ for London property – Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is backing London’s property market – RICS: UK property stock hits record low as buyer demand falls – Own physical gold to hedge falls in physical property

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London House Prices Are Falling

By Mark O’Byrne – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

London house prices fall in September: first time in eight years

– High-end London property fell by 3.2% in year

– House sales down by over a very large one-third

– Global Real Estate Bubble Index – see table

– Brexit, rising inflation and political uncertainty causing many buyers to back away from market

– U.K. housing stock worth record £6.8 trillion, almost 1.5 times value of LSE and more than the value of all the gold in world

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