UK Repression Newswire Archive
04-02-2005 12:07“The new UN report on Darfur is all words and no action. It is a cruel betrayal of black Africans who are being slaughtered by Arab Islamists. These killings are racially motivated and the UN’s failure to condemn them as genocide is craven appeasement of the Sudanese government and the Janjaweed militia,” said human rights campaigner, Peter Tatchell, a member of the ad hoc Darfur Solidarity Campaign.
04-02-2005 09:29Big Brother is going to be watching you
Blair's identity cards are going to have a big infrastructure linking data bases. BT is wondering whether to play. The public relations fall out won't do it any good.
03-02-2005 13:55Ramzi Isalam says it is time the left sided with the victims of Islamist repression, not the fundamentalists. First published in Labour Left Briefing, February 2005
03-02-2005 13:28Maelstrom has been given it's court papers after 3 months
03-02-2005 08:57The provision of services in Dover, Kent UK for the mentally ill is woefully inadequate. No wonder so many people top themselves.
02-02-2005 19:28Racism is a fable to the ignorant masses and one can only hope for a flame of compassion.
02-02-2005 12:38Haringey Against ID Cards held a picket of the Home Office in central
London as part of the national day of action against ID cards on Friday
02-02-2005 10:59An interview with British human rights lawyer Gareth Peirce. IMC UK should be doing interviews like this...audio and video of the interview is at http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=05/02/01/1515244
01-02-2005 23:06"Remembering Marwan Rahwanji"
An evening to remember the late Marwan Rahwanji with talks by Josie Warshaw and Asa Winstanley and a film screening of 'Arna's Children' in the calm of the spiritual Special Yoga Centre.
01-02-2005 16:00The Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill is going to be debated in Parliament next Monday 7th January from 2.30pm.
01-02-2005 15:54Church launch of Make Poverty History, a global campaign on debt, aid, and trade. Held at Bloomsbury Baptist Church in London on Saturday 29 January 2005.
01-02-2005 05:10Reports of violence continue to come out of Sudan's western Darfur region and several routes in South Darfur state are currently closed for United Nations movement because of ongoing insecurity, the UN Advance Mission in Sudan (UNAMIS) said today.
31-01-2005 20:54new laws to target campaigns causing economic damage to sub-contractors etc
31-01-2005 10:25From: http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/international.cfm?id=110412005
31-01-2005 10:11Coca Cola is accused of trade-union busting in Colombia. Find out the latest news and how you can help to hold this and other corporations accountable. Colombia Solidarity Campaign and Cambridge Simultaneous Policy Adopters' Group meeting.
31-01-2005 04:34Bare-headed in the snow-covered camp Romani Rose, a leading spokesman for Europe's 10 million Roma at the Aushwitz commemoration yesterday, gave us a grim glimpse of the past and an impassioned warning for the future.
29-01-2005 23:37FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
On Monday January 24, Israeli police arrested 41 year old Irish American ISM activist, Patrick O’Connor, on suspicion that he was carrying a fake passport. O’Connor was on his way to Jerusalem after planting olive tree seedlings with Palestinian, Israeli and international activists in the path of the Wall in the occupied village of Biddu. For the past year, Israeli and international activists have supported the villagers of Biddu through nonviolent protest and legal appeals in their struggle against the destruction of their farmland for the building of the Wall.