UK Newswire Archive
08-02-2005 13:28UPDATE OF THOSE ARRESTED & CHARGED AT THE LONDON ESF, OCTOBER 2004.
Of the 3 people still charged with offences durng the London ESF:
08-02-2005 11:24Stop Murder Music campaign suspended - Music industry committed to reject violent hate songs
08-02-2005 10:49The first of the G7 meetings leading up to the G8 Summit took place in London over February 4th/5th in the form of the G7 Financial Ministerial.Activists from Dissent!, the new South East Resist G8 Network and others were there to greet them...
08-02-2005 10:45Last night, the G7 Finance ministers met in Lancaster House, The Mall, Central London
07-02-2005 23:03Report of Anti-War Meeting at Bristol Council House. Because of the huge audience, the were two meetings in two seperate halls. This report is from the overflow hall and mainly covers Caroline Lucas's (Green Party) speech.
07-02-2005 19:14I was, like turist some months ago in London.
I was positive surprised by the fact, some protestors continue since 2001 in Parliament Square.
And now, a friend in London said me by phone that the guvernement want to finish this kind of continous pdemostratio
07-02-2005 19:10This editorial by Amil Taheri explains why the issue of theocracy (among others) has remained an issue after the election.
Faslane Peace Camp is still open.
This afternoon two CND activists from Helensburgh checked on the camp because they were not answering phone calls.
07-02-2005 18:30in relation to the seizure of indymedia server stuff
07-02-2005 18:00London is awash with posters advertising the opportunity to Back the Olympic Bid. Noticably absent however has been the opportunity to state your opposition to the bid.
07-02-2005 17:47Very much against public and political sentiment roads managed to avoid congestion would offer 3 to 4 times the capacity to move freight and people at one quarter the cost of rail while using 30% to 40% less energy and reducing casualty costs suffered by rail passengers by a factor of 2.
07-02-2005 17:18sinn fein speaker gerry adams has been refused right to speak in liverpool by the trades council for next mayday celebrations.
the reasons have not been given, but heightened fears over terrorism are likely to be the cause.
07-02-2005 16:26Positive Global Movements started yesterday Sunday the 6th with a nice turn up, we showed 'The Alberdi School' a film about the community involvement in revolutionising education in Venezuela. Then we had musicians and poet Sofia and Santiago both Peruvian artists reciting poetry and singing to the beat of the Global Revolution. After having lovely Venezuelan food Ricardo Galindez Venezuelan trade unionist gave a passionate speech about the role of the workers in the revolution not only in Venezuela but also in the world.