About ten people visited the XL headquarters in Crawley, east Sussex. A banner was dropped from a balcony and people tried to inform XL workers of their companies involvement with Mondays flight by handing out leaflets and talking to them. I'm sure future visits would help to convince the company to abandon doing the government's dirty work.
Brighton No Borders
19 Children and 23 adults from DR Congo are to be deported by Charter Flight
Home Office snatch squads have detained a number of families and individuals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) who have been living in Briain for several years. All those detained have been served with the same removal directions: "Directions have now been given for your removal from the United Kingdom by (flight/ship) OTTHxla4334 to Congo Democratic Republic at 21.00 hrs on Monday 26 February 2007".
Emergency protest Monday 26 February 1-3pm.
2 Marsham Street
London SW1P 4DF
(nearest tubes St James Park and Westminster)
Congo Support Project/Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism!/LSE FRFI Society/NCADC