THE JOHN LINES HOMELESS VILLAGE FINDS NEW LOCATION

Posted on November 9, 2008. Filed under: Housing News |

Following the granting of an eviction by Birmingham’s county court The Councillor john Lines Homeless Village has moved to a new site.

Following our live interview on BBC1’s The Politics Show campaigners form JUSTICE NOT CRISIS moved tents and belongings to a new site just 50m away. The old site has been cleaned up and the remaining few things will be removed tomorrow (Monday) before the bailiffs turn up SO NO BIG CLEAN UP EXPENSE  councillor Lines.

The site is at the start for the Pershore Road (city end). Parking is available in Balsall Heath Road. Click here for a map.

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2 Responses to “THE JOHN LINES HOMELESS VILLAGE FINDS NEW LOCATION”

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Tell me. When are the Labour Party in Birmingham going to back you officially? Surely this would be preferable to individual councillors doing so? Why doesn’t Sir Albert Bore stand up and be counted, and endorse your organisation’s aims and methods?

It seems to me that the Labour Party is distancing itself from you.

Lots of support for this campaign.

To quote Alice (in Wonderland)
Nothing would be what it is,
Because everything would be what it isn’t.
And contrary-wise – what it is, it wouldn’t be.
And what it wouldn’t be, it would.
You see? Lewis Caroll

In a time of universal decit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. George Orwell.

I’ll copy texts onto my website.


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