UK Newswire Archive
25-06-2004 19:55"Subsistence economics doesnt appear in any statistics or gross national product.. Everyone may only take as much as he or she needs for survival.. The resistance communities have shown that a life is possible beyond paid labor and dependence.. Self-sufficiency gives them an impressive strength.."
25-06-2004 18:21Three sailors went up the Shannon today, not quite the Persian Gulf,
but still a treachorous delta at the best of times.
To protest against Bush the Second, President of the USA, he known as "dubya wookie one".
25-06-2004 16:12Taken from Friday's ediion of the Financial Times (London)
Argentina's economy minister has signalled harsher treatment of leftwing demonstrators who have started targeting multinational companies including McDonald's, the US fast-food group, and Repsol, the Spanish oil company.
25-06-2004 15:35The Leicester South and Birmingham Hodge Hall by-elecxtions have been called for 15th July
25-06-2004 15:07The War on Terror, while maintaining a moderate level of violence that sporadically leaps to catastrophic highs, is essentially a war of words. George W. Bush understands this as well as anybody, at least on some level. He understands that it is about getting the world to operate to his definitions of good and evil – his and no one else’s.
25-06-2004 14:59Several reports seem to confirm that Radoslaw Slominski (informally, Radek Slominski)
was beaten, had his dreadlocks pulled out and was thrown out of a train window onto
the tracks in front of an oncoming train on the other line by a band of neonazis, near
Wroclaw in Poland.
25-06-2004 14:27Cheney and Rumsfeld go back to the days of the Watergate scandal
25-06-2004 14:24Gay Coalition urges ‘one law for all’
The Lord’s amendment to the Civil Partnership Bill has not ‘wrecked it’ or rendered it ‘unworkable’, as Government spokespeople have claimed”, according to The Coalition for Marriage Equality, which includes nearly all gay campaigning groups, except Stonewall.
25-06-2004 12:54A wheelchair user was amongst those who breached security by breaking into a top UK nuke base yesterday. Veteran campaigner, Roz Bullen, spent several minutes painting, "No WMD" and other peace slogans on buildings before being arrested.
25-06-2004 10:36Another decent demo outside Britain's biggest corporate sponsor of Israel.
25-06-2004 10:00The Countryside Agency's new State of the Countryside Report cites rural homelessness as a key problem in the countryside but the Countryside Alliance has highlighted that four year-old Government promises to rectify the situation are in danger of being scrapped.