UK Newswire Archive
02-07-2004 15:48The hard earned electoral democracy is under trouble in India.
Newspapers,TVs ,Magazines, all media have been clandestinely owned by political parties and bribed by parties to propagate thier own agenda in India
02-07-2004 15:09On the the last day of June 2004, Rushmoor Borough Council planning committee met and dealt the final death blow to Farnborough town centre. We were told a superstore is in the 'public interest' and can override human rights and thus it was okay to kick people out of their homes to make way for a car park for the superstore, that a superstore would revitalise a dying town centre.
02-07-2004 15:06David Clark argues in today's Guardian that the "international community" ought to threaten the use of force against the Sudanese government if it fails to curtail the human rights abuses currently taking place in the south-west of the country...
02-07-2004 14:55Report from the Merseyside blockade, one of five blockades around the UK
(Sorry, 'Indymedia', mastering your technology is as easy as quantum physics!). - Before 2 p.m., 30th June, a small group had gathered outside Solihull Magistrates Court. With banners, one drum & buoyant mood. Some 8 (one lady defender absent, for personal reasons) of them were facing charges under the Public Order Act. Previous clothing had included army jackets & helmets. Today, mostly casualising, with a few sloganised T-shirts.
02-07-2004 14:05Rumour has it that the Liberal Democrats are mounting a legal challenge to the validity of the Central Ward results.
02-07-2004 13:52information, discussion and film night around the zapatista hystory - 20- and where this movement for the indigenous right and demand to "rule" themselves is heading to at the moment - 10-. how can we in the northern city learn from the reality indigenous people are building in their rural,town and city autonomous comunities in chiapas and in mexico. what is autonomy? why?
One choice comment came from employee who suggested that people from Manchester were not local and therefore had no right to protest there despite his far from local depot supplying to shops as far away as Leeds and Lancaster.
02-07-2004 11:49Sunny evening, lots of demonstrators - lots of supporters.
02-07-2004 11:41Come along for an evening of food, drink and music in aid of the families who lost their homes in the recent Israeli campaign of demolitions in Rafah in the Gaza Strip.
02-07-2004 11:07This Saturday and Sunday - 3rd and 4th July. Alexandra Palace - which is owned by Haringey Council will be taken over by the Elan Vital organisation for an event from which the media are banned.
Meetup @ St Phillip's Cathedral, Friday 2nd June, 5:30pm
And on the first Friday of each month after.
A leisurely ride along the roads of the City Centre to make other road users aware of the presence of cyclists.
02-07-2004 10:53On July 1st 2004, London Rising Tide (LRT) dropped in on 'Mummy - the inside story' at the British Museum, billed as 'a BP Special Exhibition'. We unfurled a banner reading 'Oil Fuels Climate Chaos' in the main covered area, suggesting to the visiting throngs that BP is profiting from oil wars and climate change while diverting the public gaze away from these dark truths with a widespread programme of cultural sponsorship. (The National Portrait Gallery, Royal Opera House and National Gallery are the most prominent current examples.)
02-07-2004 10:45It’s about when things are not what they seem like, when things have been put up side down.
02-07-2004 09:07Anti-GM protestors shut down Sainsbury's vast state-of-the-art distribution centre at Waltham Point in north London last night. Lorries were turned away and protestors locked on to the main gates and used a steel arm tube ring to block deliveries and departures.
02-07-2004 08:36Foreign Office asks judges not to rule on Iraq war legality
02-07-2004 08:11Are Iraq veterans going to be treated the way Vietnam veterans were?