UK Newswire Archive
15-04-2004 17:38What do George W. Bush, John Kerry, and Paul Martin have in common? The answer: campaign blogs. But just how effective are they? Journalists and politicians who blog sound off: http://www.sevenoaksmag.com/
15-04-2004 17:28Whio do you think runs the world ?
15-04-2004 17:23repost of an article from New Scientist on the impact of GM soya on farmers in Argentina
15-04-2004 16:23The UK's biggest food companies will continue to reject GM ingredients
in their products when tougher GM labelling laws are introduced on
Sunday 18th April.
15-04-2004 16:16Christ Church College is pushing development plans to build houses that are 'not practical for an affordable housing scheme' in a location that is both Green Belt and a Conservation Area. Binsey was where Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland, Gerald Manley Hopkins wrote about the Binsey Poplars and a historic site of pilgrimage for St Frideswide, patron saint of Oxford.
15-04-2004 15:51For people not going to Dublin who think glitter is good.
15-04-2004 14:49I have been doing a little research in the Indymedia e-mail list archives to find out why Indycymru was removed from the list of IMCs without explanation.
15-04-2004 14:49Biggest Seal Hunt in 50 Years Draws Protest
15-04-2004 14:33FROM THE INDYPENDENT: Activists keep reinventing the wheel, but there is a rich history of struggle, victories and failures to learn from. This installment of "The Real Quick Reading List" looks over some of the best histories of the North American left.
15-04-2004 12:44An Interesting Day:
President Bush's Movements and Actions on 9/11
By Allan Wood and Paul Thompson
May 9, 2003
"It was an interesting day." - President Bush, recalling 9/11 [White House, 1/5/02]
15-04-2004 12:181) People continue to confront military and bulldozers
2) The continued harassment of Kafr Ein_TAKE ACTION
3) Aid to Gaza petition _ TAKE ACTION
15-04-2004 12:10Join the Palestinian people & the
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FREEDOM SUMMER PALESTINE 2004
15-04-2004 11:53Announcement from RIP:
Since 9th April 2003 some 5383 people have been killed in Iraq, including 1200 people alone in Fallujaha over the last week.586 coalition troops have also been killed leaving many embitted back home.But is this the reaction Mr Blair and Mr Bush expected from the liberated people of Iraq? But of cause the perpetrators of these killings, if we are to believe Blair and Bush, are terrorists from outside of Iraq taking advantage of the situation.However neither leader can explain that out of the 8500 people detained only 150 of them are actually none Iraqi.
15-04-2004 10:12repost of article from todays Guardian on GM crop trials in the UK