UK Newswire Archive
25-05-2005 16:56The biggest site in the country is coming up for eviction - help stop this ethinic cleansing!
(MP3 - 14 mins 14secs - 48kbps mono - 4.9MB)
Their next stop is London (this weekend) then Birmingham, Sheffield, Manchester and Newcastle before heading up to Scotish cities, Aberdeen, Glasgow and finally Edinburgh.
25-05-2005 15:22The costs of an ID card is now reckoned to be about £93
each revealled in The Guardian May 25th. So, presumably those on low incomes of whatever sort will
be 'helped' to pay? I think not.
The US Rep'senator (Walter Jones) who renamed
frenchfries 'Freedom fries' has now turned against the
Better late than never....
25-05-2005 15:10A new study by the Nuffield has concluded that scientists
should cut down on animal experiments and look to aletrnatives. (Guardian May 25th).
25-05-2005 14:35detailed reports are ermerging of Iraqi drivers being stopped for interrogation by US occupation forces. after being released, the drivers found large caches of explosives inside of their vehicles.
25-05-2005 13:42An event in London to Launch Iraq Freedom Congress on 5th June 2005
25-05-2005 13:10In an unprecedented move, asbestos victims and asbestos environmental concerns have just been made the subject of a Maiden Speech in Parliament.
The controversial planning application for 600 houses at the former Turner & Newall Asbestos factory in the Spodden Valley was addressed in the maiden speech of Rochdale’s new MP Paul Rowen.
Here are some of the excerpts: (as reported at: http://www.rochdaleonline.co.uk/News/news.asp?ID=624 )
25-05-2005 13:03Let's warm up for the big one next week
25-05-2005 12:51History may judge it as one of the capital moves of the 21st century's New Great Game: May 25, the day high-quality Caspian light crude started flowing through the Caucasus toward the Mediterranean in Turkey. The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline (BTC) - conceived by the US as the ultimate Western escape route from dependence on oil from the Persian Gulf - is finally in business.
25-05-2005 12:49Recently there have been well funded campaigns and a large 'protest rally' against wind power. There are domonstratable connections between proponents of nuclear and some of these anti-wind 'astro turf' groups. With money and resources from the nuke industry and the PR industry the groups attract middle englands middle class nimbies...
But thankfully their attempts to put a spanner in plans to expand the number of wind farms in the UK seems to have failed...
25-05-2005 11:07A flagship water privatisation scheme for Africa promoted by an offshoot of rhe right wing Adam Smith Institute has collapsed amid claims that the British company involved has failed to improve the supply for millions of people
25-05-2005 10:30Research on internal state defence and public safety involving other nations is mainly done in foreign military units, but occasionally also internal studies are being published on abroad to guarantee internal public safety under foreign credit on sovereignty.
25-05-2005 10:18Resist G8//5th South East Assembly
25-05-2005 10:07Bristol resident Dylan Thomas claims that the Regulation of Investigatory Powers have been used against him because of his anti-war campaigning. This interview discusses the alleged use of RIPA against this anti-war protestor and the sort of activities that gave rise to him being targetted with RIPA. It is not everyday that you get to interview a dead Welsh poet.