UK Newswire Archive
26-02-2002 19:06The government's anti-terrorism legislation will be challenged by 21 outlawed groups. The hearing which is set to continue next week will hear how the new definition of terrorism conlicts with basic human rights.
26-02-2002 19:04The International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal in Devon are organising a "Millions for Mumia" Celebration of Resistance & Struggle to mark the 48th Mumia's 48th Birthday, in Exeter on Wednesday 24th April.
26-02-2002 18:45Possible electronic surveillance threat Finnish companies are facing now and in the future.
26-02-2002 18:31Recent commentary from Mumia Abu Jamal. He ain't free yet -but his postings are getting out from behind the bars of Death Row on a regular basis.
26-02-2002 18:21Mumia Abu Jamal is still locked behind the bars of Death Row, but the network keeps busy to ensure his commentaries are posted regularly.
26-02-2002 16:07Anyway my dilemma is should I report all this to the police (20 years after the event), even though I don't agree with the prison system, on principle?
26-02-2002 15:53Is it true that are phones serve a dual use as microphones for the state?
26-02-2002 15:15Seems rather too many stories of actions posted here are gleaned from the local Tv news and press, and rehashed for the benefit of a wider readership. Heres another.
26-02-2002 14:14Forwarded from National Coalition of Anti-Deportation Campaigns.
26-02-2002 14:09Latest update from Korean Confederation of Trade Unions on their general strike in solidarity with public utility workers:
26-02-2002 14:04UNISON (the public service union) have just announced a series of events tackling the theme of globalisation. Including joint work with the excellent War on Want. Link to UNISON press release:
26-02-2002 11:58This article is about the news that Norfolk County Council care home workers are to get a pay cut of up to £1000 a year, which will affect 1600 workers across the county. The care workers already struggle on as little as £5.30 an hour, and often have to work long unsocial hours.
26-02-2002 11:12Animal welfare protesters and hare coursing enthusiasts are expected to come face to face at the start of the annual Waterloo Cup.
26-02-2002 04:19taken from the Vancouver sun:
26-02-2002 02:59Commentary and Translation by The Narco News Bulletin. February 21, 2002
26-02-2002 00:26Because of a refusal to take action on global warming, violation and/or the backing out of several treaties, and the extensive use of chemical warfare and inhumane sanctions in Iraq, a worldwide boycott on trade with the U.S. is called for.