UK Newswire Archive
06-02-2004 20:02get this out there, do it, do it now, tell them, tell them, tell them, if you have any doubts, don't have doubts, just do it people, please, please, please....
ok, is that enough begging???
how long does it take to grow a tree? who needs another f'king shopping centre
now pleeese, before its too late for ever
06-02-2004 19:24- PRESS RELEASE 2nd February 2004 -
UK ARTS FESTIVAL FOR PEACE
WORLD'S BIGGEST FEBRUARY 15th EVENT
AS BLAIR DROPS FROM THE CHARTS
Four night music & arts Festival, Thursday 12th - Sunday 15th February, Hackney Ocean, London & Peace Not War CD: Volumes 2,3,4,5
06-02-2004 19:18Concerns about an increase in racist attacks taking place across the South West will be the main focus of a major regional conference on racism being held in Plymouth on Wednesday 11th February. “The Future of Race Relations in the South West” conference, which takes place at Plymouth Guildhall, has been organised by The Monitoring Group, to mark the 5th anniversary of the publication of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report.
06-02-2004 19:14TODAY`S DEMO IN MUNICH HAS BEEN REPEATEDLY ATTACKED BY THE RIOT COPS. MANY PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ARRESTED.
06-02-2004 17:35The peaceful protest picket outside Marks and Spencers in Manchester is under attack. This video clip was shot on 3rd January 2004 and gives a taste of the sort of harrassment that is being experienced by those campaigning againt Zionism on a weekly basis.
06-02-2004 15:10Support WRI in court on 9 February, 2pm, City of London Magistrates Court ( http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=532629&Y=181069&A=Y&Z=1).
06-02-2004 14:40surely some co-incidence????
06-02-2004 14:05The Independent Working Class Association has announced its candidate for the London Mayoral election due to be held on 10 June 2004.
06-02-2004 12:58A Cambridge peace activist pleaded not guilty to a public
order offense today, 5 February 2004, at the Cambridge Magistrates
court. He was arrested on the 11th November 2003 after hanging a
banner displaying "Stop Bush" and informing commuters of the
President's visit from the top of the footpath bridge, next to the
Cambridge rail station, a week before Bush's visit to Britain. Despite
his protest being peaceful and polite he was finally charged with
"threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior or disorderly
behavior". In the next few weeks he will be putting up a defense based
on his freedom of expression and peaceful protest.
06-02-2004 10:39The three protesters charged with obstruction of a highway after the protest against the Girton primate testing lab on February 10th have today had the case dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service. To pursue the case was deemed 'not in the public interest'.
06-02-2004 06:51expatriots unite!
06-02-2004 06:28For foreign policy, there should be a single, universal standard of justice that is applied to all cases. When "leaders" apply different standards depending on their own short-term political gain, few people are fooled, no one is impressed, and no actual leadership takes place.
Why is it so hard for people such as Bush and Blair to show leadership? Instead of applying a single criterion of judgement on Saddam Hussein and all other national figures, they oppose some while supporting others. That is precisely how the U.S. nurtured previous dictators such as Manuel Noriega, Ferdinand Marcos, and Saddam Hussein himself. Give us consistent morality, not double standards!
06-02-2004 06:00The Rockefellers run US foreign policy
06-02-2004 02:01Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 - section 63 "Raves - Powers to remove persons attending or preparing for a rave"
06-02-2004 00:59A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion recorded from a shortwave radio. 2 files- broadcast quality (13.4MB) and quick download (3.3MB). With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Russia, China, Spain, and Cuba.