Nationwide shut down of Vodafone stores

I was on my way up to London on the train to Zero Carbon by 2030 and the news was coming in fast, Vodafone stores were dropping like flies.

It started at 11 am that morning at a meeting in Hyde Park. Then it was close down the Vodafone stores in London and across the country. By the end of the day over 20 Vodafone stores had been reported by UK Uncut as closed in a day of action against Vodafone.

Vodafone claim their unpaid £6 billion tax is an urban myth. Why then have they not demanded a retraction for all those who have published? Do the FT, Private Eye, Grauniad and Forbes spread urban myths as leaked to them by HMRCR?

If an urban myth, as Vodafone claim, how is it that BBC Radio 4 programme File on 4 were able to rebroadcast their excellent documentary A Taxing Dilemma on how Big Business fiddle their taxes? And as A Taxing Dilemma shows it is not only Vodafone.

Vodafone claim they always pay their taxes. Why then is India demanding $2.6 billion unpaid tax?

£7 billion cuts in benefits to the poor. £6 billion unpaid tax by Vodafone. We can all do the sums and we do not like the result.

Sign the petition calling for Vodafone to pay their unpaid tax

http://www.gopetition.com/petition/40035.html

Follow on twitter

http://twitter.com/ukuncut

The Vodafone protest has brought a whole new generation of protest out onto the streets. It was in the High Street in full view of the public. People could see that direct action works. We will not sit back and take the cuts.

Old style demos are a thing of the past. Corporate bosses are twitching. Who will be next?

Only a couple of weeks before protesters from a Crude Awakening had shut down the Coryton oil refinery. [see Crude Awakening shut down Coryton Oil Refinery]

Also see

Vodafone £6 billion unpaid tax bill

Brixton Anti-Cuts March & Vodafone Protest

Vodafone shops blockaded in tax protest

Britain’s £6bn Vodafone Bill

Full report of todays Vodafone action

Vodaphone protest in Oxford

Vodafone stores in York shut by protests

A day of direct action against Vodafone

London: Oxford Street Vodaphone store shut down by protestors

21 Vodafone Stores Shut in Anti-Cuts Action

Tax protests target Vodafone stores

A Day of Action: Liverpool

A Day of Action: Glasgow

A Day of Action: York

A Day of Action: Birmingham

A Day of Action: Manchester

A Day of Action: London

A Day of Action: Oxford

Cat Smith on the direct action against Vodafone

Why are there protests against Vodafone? A simple guide

We are the angry mob

Vodafone protest shows tweets can get people on the streets

Saturday’s Nationwide Vodafone Shut-Downs

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2 Responses to “Nationwide shut down of Vodafone stores”

  1. Anarchist Media Project Says:

    We have a free poster design if anyone needs one ;-)

    http://anarchistmedia.wordpress.com/2010/11/02/beware-of-vampires-beware-of-vodaphone/

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