UK Newswire Archive
10-07-2005 11:49First of a two-part programme on BBC Radio 4 tonight
10-07-2005 11:40While Al-Qaida was quickly blamed for the attacks that killed at least 45 people and wounded another 300 when three bombs exploded on the London Underground train network and a fourth detonated on a double-decker bus during Thursday’s morning rush hour, there appears to be many holes is the so-called official statement released by the "Secret Organization of al-Qaida in Europe".
10-07-2005 11:37The Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Select Committee Foreign Affairs has launched a damning attack on the government's human rights record in the "War on Terror", urging Blair's government to "end its policy of obfuscation and that it give straight answers to the Committee's questions".
10-07-2005 10:33In all the rush and emotion of Terror Thursday, I had forgotten the number one axiom for a libertarian journalist: if a government says something, we have to assume they're lying. This goes double for the government of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, which has turned "for you own good" paternalism into an excuse for a worrying authoritarianism.
10-07-2005 09:51Starbucks Partners with the African Wildlife Foundation in its Global Coffee Sustainability Initiatives launches three-year “Coffee for Conservation” project in east Africa with a strong focus on C.A.F.E Practices (Coffee and Farmer Equity Practices)
10-07-2005 07:37Indigenous political prisoner, Leonard Peltier, continues in arbitrary solitary confinement at USP Terre Haute. His basic rights are being denied and his health threatened. Intervention by Human Rights organizations is urged.
10-07-2005 06:44more videos on the G8 Gleneagles, Scotland: http://kanalb.org/topic.php?clipId=129&Vlang=en
10-07-2005 05:10i have a question for my British brothers and sisters
10-07-2005 00:40BRITAIN and America are secretly preparing to withdraw most of their troops from Iraq the SUNDAY MAIL in UK is reporting. The document, Options For Future UK Force Posture In Iraq, is the first conclusive proof that preparations for a major withdrawal from Iraq are well advanced. The secret paper written by UK Defence Secretary John Reid for Tony Blair reveals that many of the 8,500 British troops in Iraq are set to be brought home within three months, with most of the rest returning six months later.
10-07-2005 00:34A reponse to the most recent calamity to afflict the Leader of the Free World from the tired but beautiful folk of the G8 Bikeride
09-07-2005 23:12Jump, panicing nation prepares for the second attack while Bliar claims the blood price paid in London has nothing to do with Iraq invasion and ongoing occupation...