UK Newswire Archive
06-10-2007 20:53New York City, London, Beijing: what do they have in common? surveillance cameras
06-10-2007 17:39It’s time for a kick down in America. When a country forgets to take care of its own people, ignores the immense poverty between its own borders, shuts down even the faintest whisper of free speech, and demonizes whole races, it needs an enema.
06-10-2007 15:47ISRAEL/PALESTINE -
HOW CAN THERE BE PEACE?
A meeting to explore the struggle for peace and justice in the Middle East
06-10-2007 14:18PANIC has greeted calls for direct action by Sussex hospitals campaigners.
06-10-2007 12:50More than 6 months after the devastation inflicted on Ungdomshuset 69, a giant demo today in Copenhagen is determined to take over another building, named g13.
Mumia Abu-Jamal is a former Black Panther Party spokesman, supporter of the MOVE
organisation and an award-winning journalist known as the “voice of the voiceless”. He was
framed up in 1982 on false charges of killing a Philadelphia police officer. Sentenced to death
based on his political history and beliefs, Mumia has spent 25 years on death row for a crime
he did not commit.
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06-10-2007 06:41The Metropolitan Police have banned a demonstration by the Stop the War Coalition in central London. Police spokesmen have indicated that this is in response to pressure from the Labour government of Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
06-10-2007 00:35Yesterday Friday 5th October we picketed the London Eye, owned by British Aiways: we got a lot of harassment from private security; two police with machine guns passed by but they weren't interested in us.
05-10-2007 21:57Application has been made for return of Brian Haw's display/property, stolen by the met, before Southwark Crown Court.
05-10-2007 20:47The future of the United Kingdom needs to be debated, beyond the parliamentary talk of a possible “snap general election” this autumn, with national issues including the direction of British foreign policy,
05-10-2007 18:48...argues a new zine! Shift aims to make a contribution to radical naval gazing with analysis of G8 and Climate Camp mobilisations. The approach is simple: capitalism is more than just 'us' versus 'them'. So you won't find any articles slagging off George Bush or Coca Cola in our pages.