United Kingdom: Blacklist used by construction firms to disrupt environmental protests

Guardian: Hundreds of environmental activists were on a secret "blacklist" used by construction firms in an attempt to disrupt high-profile protests against road building and other developments. Files on more than 200 campaigners were held alongside a list of more than 3,000 construction workers who had raised legitimate health and safety concerns or belonged to a trade union. Last week MPs said the list had deprived thousands of people of work and driven some families to destitution. Evidence of the......

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