After police and security attacked a Free Education sit in on Dec 3rd 2014, students at Warwick responded with a 1000 strong demo, followed by an 8 day occupation of university conference facilities - only leaving when the university got an injunction, rendering the occupation illegal. The university has not responded their demands by the deadline they gave (6th Jan 2015) and so they have declared their intention to continue the campaign.
Independent Government Inquiry, commissioned by Department for Business Innovation and Skills, into the law governing industrial disputes. Published Oct 2014, it's aim was to investigate "alleged use of extreme tactics in industrial disputes, including so-called ‘leverage’ tactics, and the effectiveness of the existing legal framework to prevent inappropriate or intimidatory actions in trade disputes".
Excellent text examining the creation of the first police forces, which took place in England and the US in just a few decades in the mid-19th century. And explaining that they were not brought into being to prevent crime or protect the public, but primarily to control crowds: the working class, white and black.