UK Repression Newswire Archive
16-03-2005 17:24The M.E.N. was in court when their names were read out but was required under the terms of the act to leave the court while the proceedings were held in secret.
16-03-2005 17:20ISM London in association with AMP (Art, Music, Politics) presents:
An Evening in Memory of Rachel Corrie - Friday 18th March
16-03-2005 14:56Two computers of a Genvoa Legal Forum consultant and an activist of Supporto legale, the group which helps lawyers of Genova legal forum building up the databases for the Genoa G8 trials, have been seized.
16-03-2005 07:43The Scotsman in a PA news article has reported that police and councillors in Derbyshire have requested bans on G8 demonstrations which are planned for tomorrow - thursday 17th march - alongside G8 Environment and Development Ministers meeting. Home Secretary Charles Clarke will today consider meansures to be imposed.
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16-03-2005 06:13This is an update to six investigative articles published online with new findings about the International Remote viewing Association's claims of being a 501c3 nonprofit group. The other six articles can be found at:
16-03-2005 00:07The Stop the War Coalition is organising a march and rally in London this Saturday 19th March 2005 to coincide with the second anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Similar demonstrations will be held in cities all over the world; including New York, Paris and Tokyo. But is there really anything to demonstrate against? And does demonstrating make any difference anyway?
15-03-2005 16:32I want everyone who reads this blog to fax The Sun their ‘gipsy story’. I want you to find a piece of testimony, or historical documentation, or a news report – whatever you can find – that will help The Sun understand how gypsies and travellers have been discriminated against and persecuted in the past
15-03-2005 12:02A new campaign for West Papua Freedom is launched this week in Oxford.
15-03-2005 00:45The Cambridge Action Network has set up a media monitoring project, to follow the coverage of the G8 protests.
14-03-2005 23:29Notes from the Borderland magazine in our ongoing campaign against JOURNOCOPS and state compromised media will be leafletting the British Press Awards at the London Hilton Hotel 6.45pm till 7.30pm come and help us rain on their parade!!
14-03-2005 21:15Pictures of an evicted traveler site, Paines Lane.
14-03-2005 16:06Pathfinder schemes are operating in some of our most deprived areas. Nominally they are about urban regeneration, in reality pushing up property prices for the lucky few and providing 'development opportunities' for property developers.
14-03-2005 10:40JUDITH DAWES - an inspiration to campaigners for Palestine
The death of Judith Dawes, long-time campaigner for Palestine, is a sad loss for PSC nationally and in Oxford, where she worked tirelessly to raise public awareness. Judith was PSC's first honorary member - a recognition of her steadfastness to the cause throughout difficult times and inspiration to others. And being a very honest person, Judith returned her honorary certificate when it said she was a lifelong campaigner for Palestine and she insisted we correct it to 'twenty years'!
14-03-2005 10:31We will not give up our hard won rights!
Monday 14 March 4-6pm mass protest in Parliament Sq.
as Lords debate government banning protests
14-03-2005 05:42U.S. Navy documents released today by the American Civil Liberties Union reveal that abuse and even torture of detainees by U.S. Marines in Iraq was widespread. One Navy criminal investigator sent an e-mail in June 2004 describing his Iraq caseload "exploding" with "high visibility cases."