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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# dale farm

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Remaining Dale Farm residents and supporters leave site peacefully
The walkout was in sharp contrast to the violent scenes at the UK’s largest illegal camp site yesterday.
Photos, video: Dale Farm evictions resume
Bailiffs are due to enter the Dale Farm site in Essex this morning, as protests continue against the planned eviction of Travellers from the illegal site.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
In tonight’s Fix: Aviva staff hit back at job cuts; Westlife call it a day; and which presidential candidate will be on your pumpkin?
Photos, video: Clashes at early morning Dale Farm evictions
Bailiffs and riot police arrived at the site in Essex earlier this morning to begin the planned eviction.
Police and protesters clash as evictions begin at Dale Farm
Supporters of the Irish travellers have clashed with police as a caravan has been set alight on the site.
Dale Farm Travellers denied leave to appeal halting site eviction
The residents of Dale Farm admit their legal battles have run out – but say they will still physically resist their eviction.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
In tonight’s Fix: The latest in the Áras race; sparks fly between RTÉ and TV3; and can we tell what babies are thinking?
Dale Farm travellers lose court challenge against eviction
The High Court in London rules that Basildon council has the right to evict travellers from the Dale Farm halting side.
Column: The Dale Farm circus is the last thing Travellers need
Travellers are getting plenty of media attention at the moment – and it doesn’t help the families who’ll be splintered by evictions, writes Ben Archibald of Pavee Point.
The Daily Fix: Monday
In tonight’s Fix: Another busy day in the Race for the Áras; the Tánaiste addressed the UN; and which finance minister has had to quit before he got the sack?
Dale Farm travellers win latest legal battle at the UK High Court
The eviction of residents at the UK’s biggest illegal travellers’ site has been delayed until at least Thursday.
Dale Farm travellers win last-minute injunction against eviction
Travellers had barricaded the halting site and vowed to resist evictions that were to get underway today prior to a court ruling.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
In tonight’s Fix: The fall out from the Vatican’s response to the Cloyne report; why there could be good news for mortgage holders; and what’s happening down at the Electric Picnic?
UN calls for eviction of Dale Farm travellers to be suspended
The call was made as Dale Farm supporters and residents plan events in the coming days to protest against the eviction of hundreds of Irish travellers.
London court rules Dale Farm eviction can proceed
More than 300 Irish Travellers had sought an injunction against Basildon Council’s efforts to evict them from their homes in Essex, England.
Essex Traveller evictions 'could breach human rights'
The United Nations has raised concerns as a local council plans to evict the Travellers from one of the largest sites in Essex.