UK Newswire Archive
18-12-2007 16:31Please add your or your organisation's name to this statement; it will be translated and sent to activists in Iran. Email your name to Daniel at email@example.com
18-12-2007 15:34Ransmayr spoke of a strategically fomented panic that seizes all democratic societies in our day, making the abolition of civil rights, offensive war and mass murder seem inevitable as self-defense measures.
18-12-2007 14:13An appeal for readers to write to the Foreign Secretary David Miliband to demand the return to the UK from Guantánamo of British resident Binyam Mohamed, who, as his lawyer explains, "may be close to suicide."
18-12-2007 13:41The New York Times Nov 19 announces, "Baghdad’s Weary Start to Exhale as Security Improves."
The Washington Post Nov. 23 reports, "Returnees Find a Capital Transformed."
People in the US are willing to believe the establishment media telling them that refugees are returning to their homes in Baghdad in an environment of improved security and new hope.
News that British schoolteacher Gillian Gibbons had been jailed in Sudan after allowing her pupils to call a teddy bear Mohammed fed straight into the UK media’s hate factory and its “war for civilisation”.
The Gibbons story was mentioned in a massive 257 articles in UK national newspapers in the first week, providing an excuse to boost claims of “genocide” in Sudan in 10 of these.
- by Gloria Macapacagal-Arroyo
18-12-2007 11:20This press release was send to the local media this morning...
18-12-2007 11:12Smash EDO Press Release
Brighton Arms Dealers to be taken Over by Company who Traded with Hitler
Contact Andrew Beckett or Chloe Marsh for more details
18-12-2007 10:26the final sentence of trial against the demonstrators of the G8 2001 summit, yasterday gave us the verdict: 25 of us will pay for everybody
18-12-2007 10:21For the past 13 years, Britain's National Security State has had the legal right to do anything that it likes.
18-12-2007 08:09When Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki finally sent the so-called “oil law” to be passed by the parliament in July, George Bush phoned to congratulate him personally. Maliki’s failure to push the legislation through had been a source of growing frustration and anger in Washington for more than a year. The law was needed to legitimise one of the main aims of the illegal US invasion of Iraq—to allow foreign corporations to assume control over the country’s state-owned energy resources on the most lucrative of terms.
18-12-2007 08:07Companies supplying water to more than half the population in England and Wales have been fined millions of pounds this year, after fiddling their accounts and cheating customers.
18-12-2007 05:59Dear Londoner
As you may know there is an election for London Mayor in the next few months. Is there a message you would like to be sent to Gordon Brown and Ken Livingstone?
Support Brian Haw for London Mayor 2008 and your message will be delivered.
18-12-2007 05:59Simultaneous No Borders blockades preventing dawn raids today.