UK Repression Newswire Archive
25-04-2006 18:42There has been no word about apologies from the U.S. to these captives, but you’d think it would be a smart idea to hand each victim a fat wad of cash before sending them on their way.
25-04-2006 18:1025th April saw evening news BBC ITV/Channel 4 lead with
the story of Charles Clarkes 'mistake'
25-04-2006 15:50A new factsheet released by the Anti Apartheid Wall Campaign (www.stopthewall.org) details how the Apartheid Wall is almost completed in Jerusalem, snaking around Palestinian communities and shutting them out of their
city in an act of ethnic cleansing.
25-04-2006 14:51My ISP support unit tells me that my domain editing has been made simpler during the past week. I had no notice. Now I can't access my site to edit it. Am I alone?
25-04-2006 11:17Slough Respect has sent a letter to the police requesting 'an immediate and formal police investigation into possible voting rigging and what we believe to be, gross abuses of the postal vote system.'
25-04-2006 10:22A round of some events in Palestine for monday the 24th of April
25-04-2006 01:09As many of you are already aware I was detained by police and halted from doing my job on April 8 during the No Borders demonstration.
24-04-2006 22:56The Radical Neo-Fascists intent upon war are so married to their insane, violent Ideology, that they do not care what the results are.
Send Roger a card while he's in jail. Go on - show some solidarity.
24-04-2006 14:18Big busk in city centre plus lots of fundraising gigs at various venues.
24-04-2006 14:09Tuesday 25th April will see the Nepali people attempt to capture inner Kathmandu in a massive demonstration for democracy--show your support by demonstrating at the Nepalese embassy in London
24-04-2006 13:55April 23, 2006 WASHINGTON -- The top U.S. commander in Iraq has ordered sweeping changes for privatized military support operations after confirming violations of human-trafficking laws and other abuses by contractors involving possibly thousands of foreign workers on American bases, according to records obtained by the Tribune.