UK Free Spaces Newswire Archive
19-01-2006 15:58In his recent crass comments on Farnborough town centre, Craig Card, leader of the Farnborough Lib Dem faction in the Rotten Borough of Rushmoor, has demonstrated why the Farnborough Lib Dems are seen locally as a laughing stock.
Secondly, let me explain why all this is here.
We are talking about the future, now mind you I know that there are people out there who would say "well the future is unknown so why bother?". So I must say at first that we are talking about projected futures, based on current information.
We, Me, I, the 20 something generation are in a delicate position. We can offer our children avenues down which to travel that lead to a bright and sustainable future. Or we can offer them the dust pan and broom and ask that they clean up our mess.
The choice is up to you.
19-01-2006 00:42the trial at bow street magistrates court today of mark barrett was adjourned to the end of march amidst some confusion. he was in court for taking part in an unauthorised demonstration outside parliament on 28th august last year.
18-01-2006 19:46º In this interview with the mexican alternative news group La Rosa Negra (LRN-ci), the CRA from Venezuela explains the importance of the Alternative Social Forum, which will take place in a few days, and comments about their activity as an anarchist group.
18-01-2006 17:20From 23rd January the Venezuelan people will be hosting a huge celebration of democracy, with a national demonstration starting off a week of grassroots participatory internationalism, the World Social Forum. Monday's annual mega-demo, which in recent years has evolved into a carnival of "Bolivarian" (Venezuela's mass movement) liberation, commemorates the 1958 overthrow of Perez Jimenez, who is often incorrectly referred to as the country's last dictator. (Venezuela's last dictator was 2002 coup-leader Pedro Carmona, although his reign was quite brief.)
18-01-2006 11:38For anyone who managed to get to rampART a couple of weeks ago for the screening of the documentary 'Enron - the smartest guys in the room', the latest corporate scandle revolving around the internet trailblazer Livedoor should be a familiar one.
17-01-2006 16:15Every thursday at 8pm, 15 Rampart Street, London E1 2LA... this run down warehouse in London's east-end might not seem the most likely place for a cinema but nether-the-less every week dozens of people attend this squatted building to watch films given a radical slant...
17-01-2006 09:57*Social centres and autonomous spaces in the UK: where next after Gleneagles?*
A call out to all social centre activists and interested people in the UK
17-01-2006 03:21Rising global energy prices are hitting UK manufactures, but the costs have yet to be passed down to the consumer...
17-01-2006 02:12Squatters pledge to resist by any means necessary..
The rampART was phoned today by a representative of Channel Fours' most mindless TV show, the infamous BIG BROTHER! argh...
16-01-2006 14:32In a move which the more cynical might think was consciously timed to follow and support Blairs nuclear inspired visit to Nottingham yesterday, one of the countries biggest unions today warned that the country faced black-outs and job losses if urgent action isn't taken to address the coming energy crisis. However, rather than demand immediate investiment in renewable energy, they say Britain must build more nuclear power station... just what Blair want too.
16-01-2006 05:40The Bicycle Film Festival is seeking submissions for its sixth annual Festival. The event will feature dozens of different films on a variety of bicycle styles - from BMX to urban bike culture, cycling to commuting.
15-01-2006 10:54You think we're all just a bunch of middle class do-gooders escaping from actual social struggles. You're right. But today at The Common Place, we are dedicating our cinema and talks to class struggle in Britain over the centuries. Alas, the L'pool Dockers can't make it but we'll wack on another film.
15-01-2006 10:44You think we're all just a bunch of middle class do-gooders escaping from actual social struggles. You're right. But today at The Common Place, we are dedicating our cinema and talks to class struggle in Britain over the centuries. Alas, the L'pool Dockers can't make it but we'll wack on another film.