UK Newswire Archive
02-05-2002 17:15pictures from the mayfayre 'terro-ist' pagan celebration and spontaneous ritual event in green park just after midday - people then headed off into mayfair
02-05-2002 14:47In one of the most bizarre scenes of this (or any) Mayday, police sent horses through "Porno Alley" in Soho just after dark.
02-05-2002 14:46Pictures from mayday 2002: Critical mass, picnic, sex workers demo & police cordons
Put up an open-air exhibition of posters and banners on the back wall of Trafalgar Square, while the 15 foot high Bush-Blair-Berloscunni-Sharon puppet was marching down from Clerkenwell Green. (See pictures).
02-05-2002 13:42New police tactics pay off
02-05-2002 13:31The Nazi BNP will be sending their (few) activists out to local election counts/declarations tonight in the areas where they're standing, in hopes of getting on telly.
The ANL is asking all anti-racists and anti-fascists in these areas to turn up and show that the BNP do not represent the majority anywhere. Full details on website:
02-05-2002 13:12Forwarded from National Coalition of Anti-Deportation Campaigns:
02-05-2002 12:59I thought yesterday in Mayfayre was one of the best protests I've ever been on. We' weren't penned in till the end. We stopped traffic, went down streets where there was loads of 'ordinary' people and got to engage with them or at least make our presence felt.
02-05-2002 12:56Forwarded from Colombia Solidarity Campaign:
02-05-2002 12:16LEGAL DEFENCE & MONITORING GROUP: PRESS RELEASE: 2ND MAY 2002: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Despite the predictions of the police and the media, the ‘Mayday in Mayfair’ protests passed off peacefully as the protestors intended. The massive police operation is now revealed as a total waste of money.
02-05-2002 11:36Today's largely peaceful Mayday protests degenerated into rioting as masked anarchists went on a rampage through central London, damaging property and attacking members of the public.
02-05-2002 11:29Israel is more dangerous than Saddam
02-05-2002 11:21I would like this opportunity to bring about a serious loophole in the law
02-05-2002 11:00A leading UK TAX consultant has revealed this morning that employment agencies, ‘specialising’ in the IT and Telecoms contract market, are miss-leading clients in terms of the clients potential liabilities if they were to engage professional contractors direct.