UK Repression Newswire Archive
16-11-2010 14:43The takedown of fitwatch.org.uk in response to a request from a police officer violates freedom of expression and the website should be immediately restored. The UK should reform its laws as part of its proposed Freedom Bill to require that any requests to remove websites by public bodies or private parties is approved by a judge.
16-11-2010 13:51We compiled an archive of everything we could find of the fitwatch.org.uk site.
16-11-2010 13:07Text of the email from the Metropolitan Police that shut down the fitwatch blog.
16-11-2010 10:36About 200 students went into occupation an hour ago at Sussex
16-11-2010 03:23Whilst we strongly suspect it was our advice to student protesters which led to the Met police contacting our host to suspend our site, this was the last article posted on the site.
16-11-2010 00:59Within just a couple of hours of the news that the police had closed down the fitwatch website (1) the piece which so offended the sensitive flowers has been blooming across the internet.
16-11-2010 00:23What follows is a compilation of accounts of comrades who were at tonight’s demonstration in central Athens, close to the injured activist and whose reports are verified and trustworthy. Please spread. We will post more information here, as it comes.
15-11-2010 18:51Following contact from New Scotland Yard, the Fitwatch website and domain name (www.fitwatch.org.uk) have been suspended for a minimum of twelve months for "attempting to pervert the course of justice".
March from Hyde Park corner to Trafalger Square and be ready for action.
13-11-2010 21:07Is escalation of state repression imminent?
13-11-2010 15:40The Con-Dem Government has scraped several animal welfare laws put in place by the previous government to protect animals in captivity – proving that the Tories aren't just the enemy of the working class, but the animals too!
11-11-2010 12:14We are a reform movement against the abuse of government power that is sanctioned in the secret family courts.
11-11-2010 11:03This Friday, 12 November 2010, exactly one month after Jimmy Mubenga's death,
the Mubenga family will march from the Angolan Embassy to the Home Office in