“It’s the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta – the basis of civil liberty in the UK and America. But next door in the woods a community of 40 handbuilt homes is about to be moved on – to make the world ‘safe’ for democracy.”

Whose Land is it Anyway Part 2
Part 1
The ‘crime’ here is dropping out of the system, free thinking and playing music instead of being a dishwasher. This is another sad story of poor people being pushed around by bureaucracies. This happens over and over. The good thing is people like this often win in court as we’ve documented in previous stories.


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