Campaigners have joined a rally in Hampshire to mark the 20th anniversary of a protest that changed the landscape of road-building.
Union members have protested claiming ferry & cruise companies are hiring & exploiting cheaper foreign staff. The firms deny the accusation.
RMT union members have protested at Southampton Docks, claiming that some cruise & ferry firms are paying their staff just 75p per hour.
Up to 400 people gathered at Hastings Pier today, to demonstrate against the culling of badgers.
It is part of a growing protest against the destruction of badgers to stop TB spreading from badgers to cattle.
Families with children, local people and businesses as well as people from afar supported the protest.
A march in Brighton a few weeks ago attracted around 1000 people.
A busy main road in Balcombe had to be closed today as a van, protesting against fracking outside Cuadrilla, blocked the road.
The van was parked diagonally across the B2036 London Road at 11am today, blocking both carriageways.
A woman then locked herself to the top of the van.
Superintendent Lawrence Hobbs said, "This is once again causing significant disruption to the local community at a time when there are increased vehicle movements as the site is being prepared for closure."
Exploratory oil drillers are beginning to pull out of the site at Balcombe.
Police have warned that there is likely to be on-going disruption this week as up to 20 vehicle movements a day, necessary to clear the site, have to be escorted in and out by the police to reduce the risk of them being delayed even further by protesters.
Crowds of protesters against government cuts are growing in Kent for the Prime Minister's visit.
David Cameron is opening a London Array windfarm in Margate today, which is expected to be the largest in the world.
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