UK Newswire Archive
17-07-2007 03:06According to the Gaza-based International Press Center (IPC), Israeli military forces carried out last month some 2380 attacks on Palestinian lands, killing 49 and wounding 147 Palestinians.
17-07-2007 02:58Iran’s Jewish minority have unanimously rejected cash offers from the Israel government to leave Iran and move to Israel.
How to grow - reflect, reflect, reflect!
In Birmingham, out of the 25 people who work at the post office in Victoria Square, only 5 didn't walk out (3 CWU members and 2 non-members), but the post office operated almost as normal as managers were brought in to do the work.
16-07-2007 18:29First draft of Programme for the 07 Anticivilization gathering
16-07-2007 16:523 month Undercover investigation of Canada's largest Foie Gras Producer Elevages Perigord
16-07-2007 16:37Petition opposing the continued theft of Iraq's resources
16-07-2007 16:28Oh dear me...
16-07-2007 16:21Who runs your local council, the officers or the councillors elected to represent the local community?
16-07-2007 16:10The Foie Gras Action List @ http://www.myspace.com/foiegrasaction, has now formatted all emails into blocks for quick impact!
16-07-2007 16:08At President Bush’s July 11 press conference a significant exchange took place that has received very little media attention. Edwin Chen, who writes for Bloomberg.com, asked Bush, “How hard is it for you to conduct the war without popular support? Do you ever have trouble balancing between doing what you think is the right thing and following the will of the majority of the public, which is the essence of democracy?”
16-07-2007 16:07The flooding disaster that struck villages, towns and cities all over Britain in June has been met with callous indifference by the Labour government of newly installed Prime Minister Gordon Brown and by the Environment Agency.
16-07-2007 16:05A World Socialist Web Site reporting team spoke to a number of residents of Toll Bar in north Doncaster and Catcliffe in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
16-07-2007 15:58It was known the Rotten Borough of Rushmoor could not be trusted on the recent trial of fortnightly waste collection, and so it has proved to be.
16-07-2007 15:39Following numerous dangerous incidents putting public and workers at risk, the demolition of Farnborough town centre appears to have ground to a halt.
16-07-2007 13:57In mmory of Babak and all the other victims of the Home Office's "firm, fast and fair" policies.
On Wednesday 18th July between 12:00 pm and 14:00 pm, members of the Birmingham's Iranian Refugee Association will be holding a commemorative protest at the Asylum & Immigration Tribunal, Sheldon Court to remember the death of their close friend, Babak Ahadi, two years ago.
Babak committed suicide in Bristol after hearing his asylum claim was refused by the Immigration Tribunal at Sheldon Court, in July 2005. Babak was an Iranian Asylum Seeker who fled Iran in 2002 after converting to Christianity and an Islamic group threatened to expose him which would have led to his execution.
16-07-2007 12:31The flooding disaster that struck villages, towns and cities all over Britain in June has been met with callous indifference by the Labour government of newly installed Prime Minister Gordon Brown and by the Environment Agency.