UK Newswire Archive
01-05-2004 12:23About 100 people took the streets of dublin today to protest about the EU's immigration policy, and in favour of open borders.
01-05-2004 11:39Activists and protestors are astounded and bemused by the so called cancelling of May Day
protests by a handfull of anarchist leaders, who claim not to have had sufficient support at "their meetings" to organise the protest. They do not call on people to go to the demo of the Labour movement, "that one is run by dinosaurs". Instead they want a picnic (seriously folks only a picnic)in St James park front of her majesty's palace.
01-05-2004 11:38There have been reports of more actions to send notice to Bayer, just before their AGM, that if they DO continue to push GM crops in the UK they will be hit again.
Here are the first 2 reports in.
01-05-2004 10:24for more on the secret world war
01-05-2004 09:48Information about new Kate Sharpley Library title: Mayday and Anarchism: Remembrance and Resistance from Haymarket to Now
6min Mayday Critical Mass Dublin
Irelands largest ever critical mass
01-05-2004 09:14Take a look at this email, which was sent to me yesterday by a New Deal resident. Bellow the email is a short storey which will give you some idea about the madness that is happening in my community:
01-05-2004 08:16Crowds gathered to see in the mayday dawn in Oxford got an extra chance to celebrate; Breach of the Peace samba band took to the streets (albeit briefly).
Wake Up! Wake Up! Its yer SAMBA BREAKFAST!!
01-05-2004 07:20US: Call to action in solidarity with UK-Dissent for regional mobilizations against the G8
01-05-2004 06:24For thousands of Iraqis, liberation has been laser guided destruction and horror. Clinton Fein’s 'Sweet Dreams', 'Uncomfortably Numb' and 'One Summer' provide three brutally realistic audio-visual commentaries.
01-05-2004 01:26The next two open meetings for the Hacklab are taking place this
Sunday the 2nd of May (tomorrow) at 5pm at at the at the ex-Grand
Banks social centre and 5pm Saturday the 8th of May at Freedom
Press Bookshop, Whitechapel. Sunday's shorter meeting will mainly
be about the plans for our next benefit event on the 15th of May,
while the 8th of May meeting will be more about the long term
direction of the Hacklab. All are welcome to both.
Nottingham Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone Street, Nottingham NG7 6HX 8.30pm Tel. 0845 458 9595. For info about the tour at large: http://www.schnews.org.uk/extras/tour.htm
30-04-2004 22:03Have you read 'The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists' by Robert Tressell? If you have then you'll want to see how faithful this play is to the book. If you're touched by the story then read the book. If you're working class then this story nearly a century old will strike a chord with you.
30-04-2004 21:55Memefest 2004 ( http://www.memefest.org/), the international festival of radical communications, has thrown open the doors on their annual competition and showcase of creative subversion.
30-04-2004 21:39The Ministry of Defence has launched an investigation into allegations that British soldiers have been pictured torturing an Iraqi prisoner.
The photographs, obtained by the Daily Mirror newspaper, show a suspected thief being beaten and urinated on.