Having spent three years in the early 1990s occupying properties and protesting in Claremont Road, east London, poet Paul Hawkins maps the run-off, rackets and resistance along the route of the proposed M11 Link Road. Using the voices of Dolly Watson, Old Mick and many others in avant-garde experimental text and lo-fi collage, he explores place, waste and dissent, and the stake the Thatcher/Major Tory government was driving into the heart of the UK. From Claremont Road to Cameron via surveillance culture and Occupy: transient-beta memory traces re-surfacing along the A12.
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