UK Repression Newswire Archive
24-07-2009 12:18This last week in Calais, with some migrants who spoke good English, we were able to have some decent conversations about the No Borders camp, and in particular why people want to come to England.
23-07-2009 20:40Calais update
23-07-2009 15:14from the "After the Greek Riots" blog
22-07-2009 18:43A comparison between the fascist policies of Israel at the present time to Nazi atrocities in the past
21-07-2009 11:53We are documenting a personal report from a prison inmate in France [relating to the events against the Nato Summit in Strasbourg/ Baden-Baden]. He reports—without any claims to exhaustive analysis—on how he is dealing with it, the nature of the surveillance, from particular experiences, and to the power of both help and solidarity.
21-07-2009 10:50Many MPs claim they use the summer break to spend time in their constituencies; Coppers, FIT Surveilance Teams, MI5 and Special Branches go to Climate camps in the summer and claim double time, huge amounts in expences and have second homes, Just like MP´s they are accountable to nobody. An inquiry is needed to determine whether they turning up for work or bunking off? We also need a revolution of sorts next year, after the General Election..
20-07-2009 21:15LORD JUSTICE THOMAS instructed the prison authorities holding Mr. Grant not to produce him for his Habeas Corpus application hearing before him tomorrow morning.
Following a call from No Borders groups in London and Brighton a group of people have demonstrated this morning outside London's French Embassy to protest the repression and planned mass deportations of migrants living around Calais, France.
See full article in IMC-London for pics and background information.
20-07-2009 14:02There will be a No Borders public meeting at the Square Centre, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 6.30. An activist who was at the recent No Border camp in Calais will be speaking about the camp and relaying updates from Nottingham activists who are on the ground at the moment.
20-07-2009 01:08The family of Honduran public prosecutor Jari Dixon Herrera were attacked by police on Tuesday shortly after he made statements to CNN en Español and other international media in Washington denouncing the recent military coup in Honduras.
19-07-2009 22:16State repression in Greece