UK Newswire Archive
22-07-2004 15:32A council which was told by a policewoman that it had underestimated the problems caused by asylum seekers in its area said today it had received an apology from her Chief Constable over the affair.
22-07-2004 15:29'It is time to move on' according to the Sun, following widespread criticism
of the paper's interview deal with Everton striker Wayne Rooney. Rooney has
suffered abuse for his deal with the newspaper, infamous for its reporting
of the Hillsborough disaster. The Sun has again apologised for its 'The
Truth' story, made a few short days after the disaster that eventually
claimed 96 lives. Yet the Sun's apology will not cut
much ice with those on Merseyside.
22-07-2004 15:28The attacks of a 20-strong " steaming" gang that preyed on commuters underlines the surge in muggings and violence in London depicted in the British Crime Survey.
22-07-2004 12:39FTA - which stands for both Free The Army and Fuck the Army is showing tomorrow (FRIDAY) night at
The Grand Banks Social Centre, 156 - 158 Fortess Road, Tufnell Park, London NW5, 9.30pm
It is precluded by The Governorator (40mins 2003) a documentary film about Arnold Schwazzernegger's campaign for office as Governor of California.
FTA (USA 1978 137 mins) is a documentary about a travelling political vaudeville-style roadshow featuring Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland (before they sold out to the diet and banking industry) plus other 60's actors interviewing and performing anti-Army anti-war plays and songs for US soldiers serving in the Vietnam war in 1972 in an attempt to get them to leave the army and the Vietnam war.
22-07-2004 12:38He said: “We have had enough of seeing and listening to this racist nonsense week in week out so we decided to stand up against it.”
22-07-2004 12:08Nether Edge Neighbourhood Group is helping to work toward holistic solutions to the city's traffic problems...
22-07-2004 10:57A double decker coach packed with arms dealing delelgates, literally standing in the isles gagging for the spectacle of the Farnborough air show, were held up for over an hour by four peace protestors.
22-07-2004 10:30an article produced at the last dissent! gathering in Bradford
22-07-2004 10:20Serious anomaly in 9/11 Commissions' video release.
22-07-2004 09:56MAKE YOUR FEELINGS KNOWN
PICKET 5pm – 6.30pm
Coca Cola Great Britain and Ireland
1 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith London W6 (just near Hammersmith tube)
Friday 23rd July 9:30pm @ Decoy, 22 Green St, Digbeth, Birmingham
22-07-2004 06:55Demonstrate at Levi's flagship store, 174 Regent St, central London
12.30pm (lunchtime) Thursday, 29th July 2004
At the beginning of June 2004, workers sewing 505 and 555 Levi jeans in a factory in northern Haiti were threatened by factory supervisors, and beaten up by soldiers.
Following a one-day strike in mid-June, half the workforce - more than 350 workers assembling Levi's jeans - were fired by factory owners, Grupo M.
22-07-2004 05:27Milwaukee, WI - Thirty-two year-old Milwaukee resident (and self-proclaimed punk-rocker) James O'Bannon Jr. bled to death at Froedtert Hospital Sunday afternoon, after a botched heart surgery.
21-07-2004 14:15Just 29 percent of Palestinians hold Israelis responsible for the PA's failure to enforce law and order.
21-07-2004 13:03Protests force RMC to quit lab project
By David Firn and Jimmy Burns
Financial Times Published: July 21 2004 5:00 | Last Updated: July 21 2004 5:00