UK Repression Newswire Archive
Thomas H. Kean, Chairman, 9/11 Commission 8/4/06
30-07-2007 09:48Saeed Mortazavi, General and Revolutionary Prosecutor of Tehran in an interview on the television program Kooleh Poshty from channel 3 of the Islamic Republic of Iran's TV network has promised a crack-down on un-islamic dress and behaviours, especially singling out queers.
29-07-2007 18:29The opposition to such incidents have been few and far between inside of the West, with deathly silences from both the anti-war movement and governments, echoing as loudly as a thousand screaming voices.
29-07-2007 18:26The purge begins...
New Tuareg rebellion: hypothecary burdens of the past?
Since February 2007 new riots are flaming up in the north of the Republic of Niger. Numerous victims and missed people have been counted yet, among those a significant proportion of civilists. Will unresolved conflicts lead to a repetition of the situation between 1990-1995?
27-07-2007 23:01While researching my next article about the Lockerbie bombing, I witnessed an incident that made me wonder whether intelligence agents had infiltrated Wikipedia.
27-07-2007 21:22There will be a party on the Piccadilly line on Tuesday 31st July. Meet 7pm at Piccadilly Circus and catch the Southbound train. Everyone welcome
27-07-2007 09:38On September 8th 2007, England is due to play Israel in a return UEFA Euro 2008 qualifier at the new Wembley Stadium. The PSC, with the support of the BIG and J-BIG campaigns and Friends of Al Aqsa, will hold a vigil by Wembley stadium on the 8th of September. For more information please visit the PSC website: www.palestinecampaign.org
27-07-2007 09:27BAA is seeking to gain an unwarrented injunction against environmental campaigners to prevent them protesting against climate change and the expansion of heathrow airport.
The story featured two days ago in the Uxbridge Gazette:
Since then, the scale of the injunction BAA is seeking has become clear. They have targeted not only groups related to the forthcoming Camp for Climate Action, but also several campaign groups composed of local people opposing the airport's expansion, and even mass membership organisations like The National Trust, FOE, RSPB, Greenpeace, as well as the Campaign to Protect Rural England and others!
The injunction hearing which could see millions of people liable for arrest if they approach heathrow, will be heard next wednesday.
The Independent newspaper put the story frontpage today, and it's now been featured by BBC, Guardian, and other news sources. More details below:
27-07-2007 03:16The lifelong verdicts in the failed 21-7-2005 London bombings are in contrary with the fundamental human rights of the convicts, since no llegal distinction has been made between this attempt and an actual committed crime
According to me, this is a black page in British jurisdiction
27-07-2007 01:36Please pledge to go on a one day hunger strike in solidarity with the Tamil nationals in deportation centres.
26-07-2007 18:31Those who have been paying attention are aware that the outward mechanisms of martial law are in place.
In addition, the knowledge nettles us that a vast network of internment camps bristle across the length of the U.S., standing at wait for those who might raise objections to the fascistic fury unloosed by the American empire's version of the Reichstag fire.
26-07-2007 14:54The ejection and suspension of George Galloway MP from the House of Commons on July 23 is the result of a witch-hunt aimed at intimidating and silencing all opponents of the Iraq war.
25-07-2007 20:01Several students were injured on Tuesday during clashes between students supportive of Hamas and those loyal to Fatah. The clashes took place on the campus of An Najah University near the West Bank city of Nablus; some of the students are said to be in a critical condition.
25-07-2007 19:21Yesterday was most interesting, in the City of Westminster Magistrates' Courts.
What happened after court was even more interesting...
25-07-2007 15:50Gunmen numbering about 7 today (Wednesday, 25 July 2007) attacked the offices of Social Action in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The office also hosts National Point, an independent weekly newspaper published by activist journalists, and supported by Social Action. People injured, equipment taken....
25-07-2007 01:0124 July 2007
The Icelandic government and ALCOA have gained their first political prisoner with their repression of protest against the heavy industry policy.
A twenty three year old British Saving Iceland activist who was arrested today on the action against Rio Tinto-Alcan, has been imprisoned for eight days.