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Gears not Fears!

04-11-2005 23:36

Critical mass took place around Brum town centre today (4th November).

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Lloyds TSB Call Surrey Police to One Man Peaceful Protest Weybridge

04-11-2005 16:25

LloydsTSB Bank Weybridge
31st October 2005, being totally peaceful and respectful of the rights of all others, Mr Vince Shalom, of the Shalom Family Campaign for Justice, still had to explain ‘good reason’ to Surrey Police, called by Lloyds TSB Bank Weybridge, for his one-man demonstration at the High Street.

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Chief Coroner Branded Cancer QUACK...!

03-11-2005 23:24

A mark or token of infamy, disgrace, or reproach: "Party affiliation has never been more casual . . . The stigmata of moral decay.

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Abortion Survivor Speaks

03-11-2005 20:51

From Indymedia Ireland

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The Great Betrayal!

03-11-2005 16:33

The Morning Star published a report by Age Concern on the 1/11/2005, on the growing isolation of our countries elderly population.

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REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals)

02-11-2005 22:06

Lobby MEPs to support this important legislation!

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Lloyds TSB Group Plc Drop Shares in Crest Nicholson Plc

02-11-2005 19:10

Crest Nicholson Evicted Dad Edinburgh Appeal to Lloyds TSB Plc
Apparently ‘Shafted’ by Surrey-based house building firm, Crest Nicholson Plc, Mr. Vince Shalom stood alone on 27th October 2005 presenting a direct appeal for ‘help’, to Lloyds TSB Group Plc. His one-man demonstration in Edinburgh, Scotland may have gained a strong, Lloyds TSB response?

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Please show clemency

02-11-2005 05:52

Nguyen Tuong Van, 25
Drug trafficking cannot be condoned, but neither can the death penalty. The death penalty violates the most basic of human rights - the right to life - and is a cruel and inhumane form of punishment.

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01-11-2005 23:42

This is an account of the talk given by Jan Benvie who spent 6 weeks in Iraq this summer with CPT (Christian Peacemakers) - 9 labelled photos are attached.

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Cervical Cancer Vaccine as a social issue

31-10-2005 18:05

reposting from portland imc metro.. ongoing issues..

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New Crymlyb Burrows Incinerator Bankrupt!!

29-10-2005 17:43

Disater prone Incinerator goes bankrupt

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Brum Food not Bombs serving this Saturday in the City Centre

28-10-2005 12:02

There will be a Saturday Food not Bombs serving in Birmingham City Centre this weekend. FnB will be meeting at 5pm on New Street, outside Tesco and Starbucks if the weather's good and outside HSBC if it's raining.

We would also like to encourage people to bring along some vegan food for everyone to share too. If you need some culinary inspiration check out these great vegan recipies and FnB's food logistics

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Local Food Week in Southville Ashton and Bedminster, Bristol 2005

28-10-2005 10:38

Video local food week 2005: childrens activities
A 3 minute film of the highlights of the opening weekend of this years Local Food Week in Southville, Ashton and Bedminster, Bristol, UK. The week runs from the 22nd - 30th October 2005.

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Is our food safe?

28-10-2005 04:54

They told us there was no risk of BSE from beef and now they are telling us there is no risk of Avian Flu from chicken and eggs. Can you really trust these people?

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The News Cafe

27-10-2005 14:27

Come along from 11.00 till 5.00 ish to enjoy a chilled out space and tasty breakfast. Some newspapers provide, bring some more (:

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Action against ALCAN in Scotland in support of Saving Iceland

27-10-2005 12:21

Protesters against Icelandic dams bring fight to Scotland

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Poetry Night in Neath ..benefit for Iraqi Children

26-10-2005 15:48

Poetry night in Neath on friday 11th November.All welcome!

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G8 medics acquitted

26-10-2005 12:47

Two street medics arrested at the Carnival For Full Enjoyment during the anti-G8 protests last July were acquitted of Breach of the Peace in court on Friday. The trial took place in a Sheriff’s court in Edinburgh, and lasted for around 4 hours.

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First Aid Training for Activists in Glasgow and London

26-10-2005 06:15

Would you know how to help someone if:
* They collapsed at a demo?
* They were hit by a police baton?
* They were suffering from the cold on a protest site?

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When The Levee Breaks…

25-10-2005 18:29

A full account of the Katrina/New Orleans crisis. From police murders, to the National Gaurd, to the flooded Ninth Ward, to Whiskey in the French Quarter.