UK Newswire Archive
21-04-2013 18:37John is now back at Shotts prison recovering from an operation to have a disc removed from his back, after being laid up in bed for two weeks with severe back pain. He's still feeling quite weak and unsteady on his feet but hopefully he's now on the mend. His recent hospitalisation meant he had a pile of mail waiting for him when he returned on Saturday 20th April. He thanks people for their letters and says he will answer them in due course.
21-04-2013 11:32TWO accidents at privatised UK nuclear plants in a few days
20-04-2013 22:29To tie in with the courtcase starting Monday in Brighton, when three squatters are going on trial under s144 and will not be pleading guilty, here's some analysis of the criminalisation of squatting in England and Wales..
20-04-2013 17:24In the Nottingham area a Don't Pay Council Tax Campaign has been launched as a protest against the continuing cuts in spending on public services which particularly impact on poor and disadvantaged people.
20-04-2013 15:41Greece: Call for international solidarity with Indymedia Athens and Radiozones of Subversive Expression 98FM
19-04-2013 13:02Local resident and Shell to Sea campaigner Terence Conway will be speaking in Bristol, Leeds & Manchester to give an update on campaign against Shell in Ireland & promote the Rossport Solidarity Camp week of action happening there in June.
19-04-2013 12:45Photographs and film clips from the Thatcher' Dead Party in Liverpool on the 17th April. BBC report a small and quiet demo with more journalists and police than party goers... Not surprisingly the BBC are not 100% accurate
Once bitten twice shy, riseup! radio has another show,
An old woman from Grantham dies, but capitalism lives on. Thankfully in this show we're talking about alternative economic model paracon, so hopefully we'll have brought the system down by the next show. In order to do this we'll need some planes of war which is fortunate because we have El Dia spitting them out. We got Kebab bringing us news on photographic exploration of journey's and the bedroom tax demo. Plus music from Morris Cowen and Fresh Eyes for the Dead Guy.
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18-04-2013 18:06An extract from an article written by a Combatant at the Zad.