|London: Eviction of St-Agnes Place|
Throughout the day there were reports of police stopping people on their way to show support to St Agnes Place residents outside Oval, Kennington, Stockwell and Brixton tubes. Later in the evening there was a demonstration outside Lambeth Town Hall in Brixton to celebrate St Agnes Place community, as well as to show support to the people that has become homeless as a result of the eviction [Photos <a href="/en/2005/11/328789.html">1</a> and <a href="http://www.stagnesplace.net/index.php?module=htmlpages&func=display&pid=6">2</a>].</p><p>Bymid-afternoon there were still three houses resisting the eviction, as residents and supporters pledged to hold for as long as they could. But later in the evening, reports came in that the <a href="/en/2005/11/328779.html">last resisting squatter had been removed</a> from the remaining occupied house in an ambulance, as the eviction was brutally completed [<a href="/en/2005/11/328901.html">Video</a>]. He was taken to hospital after he was badly beaten on the head with truncheons.
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Netcast from <a href="">Wireless FM</a> live <a href="herehttp://wirelessfm.net/ram/wirelessfm.ram">here</a>- a free radio that has been broadcasting from number 81 in St. Agnes Place for the last two years.
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