UK Newswire Archive
19-01-2005 01:13A group of activist from the Cambridge Action Network alarmed by the overt racism of some local newspaper articles and websites, decided to visit the traveler community outside Cottenham, Cambridgeshire. Eleven settlements there are under the direct threat of eviction: people are going to be kicked off their land by bailiffs, driven to the county borders, and their homes will be trashed. Unless we do something to prevent it...
STOP THE OXFORD ANIMAL LAB, meet 12.30pm, Broad St, outside Balliol college, Oxford, OX1 3BJ.
19-01-2005 00:19UNISON United Left General Secretary candidate Jon Rogers criticises the support voiced today by incumbent General Secretary Dave Prentis for Gordon Brown.
Dave Prentis, UNISON General Secretary is a late but welcome convert to the ranks of those prepared to say that Blair must go. However, he is quite wrong to foster illusions that Gordon Brown as Labour leader would deserve a welcome from trade unionists, as he does today in an interview with the Scottish Daily Record.
18-01-2005 20:21i have reached a point where i need to apply for political asylum.
i fear for my safety and i would apprieciate it if any one can offer
me advice or help in this manner.
18-01-2005 18:51In terms of circulation, these are the top 10 national daily newspapers in the UK:
18-01-2005 18:04Find out which companies are set to make millions from the introduction of Identity Cards and the creation of a National Identity Register.
18-01-2005 17:56....needs help. The appeal for funds was posted by Israeli activists supporting Brian Avery in his case demanding a criminal investigation into his shooting in Jenin two years ago.
18-01-2005 16:16will the fomenter of war and chaos be greeted with cheers and flowers?
18-01-2005 16:01Waverley, in complete disregard of the wishes of its council tenants, has voted to sell off its council housing stock.
18-01-2005 15:59Pavilion Housing Association chief executive Mervyn Jones has been forced to resign.
18-01-2005 15:29The Law Society of Northern Ireland are in the process of closing down the law practice of Padragin Drinan. She can no longer represent her clients and they are asking the High Court in Belfast to freeze her assets immediately. Many in the human rights community beleive this to be a politically motivated move.
18-01-2005 15:24Monday 24th January, Cowley Club, London Road, Brighton 6-8
ISMers recently in Palestine will be talking about their experiences and showing video footage.
18-01-2005 15:18Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of award-winning radio show Democracy Now! will be in London at the end of January to talk about Independent media in the United States, the US election, and her new book 'The Exception to the Rulers'. Democracy Now! is a daily, independent, award-winning news program broadcast from New York city and airing on over 300 stations in North America.
18-01-2005 15:12Once again the disinformation is being spread, that Syria is where the terrorists are coming from, that Syria is harbouring terrorist training camps, that Syria is supporting insurgents in Iraq.
18-01-2005 14:52A Kurdish father and his son, who are recognized as mandate refugees by UNHCR, were today deported to Turkey from Narita Airport nearby Tokyo, at 14:25 (Japan time).
18-01-2005 14:23Route 181: Fragments of a Journey in Palestine - Israel (29 Jan),
EYE WITNESS REPORTS from PALESTINE (26 Jan)
18-01-2005 13:30Oxford Chabad Soc. Holocaust Memorial Lecture with Janina Fischler-Martinho
18-01-2005 13:30An activist was given a 12 month conditional discharge for criminal damage and ordered to pay £364 costs at Solihull magistrates yesterday for 'scuffing' a Caterkiller boss' comapny car. The activist was involved in a protest in June last year against Caterkiller's sale of D9, D10 and D11 armoured bulldozers to the Israeli military.