UK Newswire Archive
08-09-2005 20:14Notes: This weeks program spotlights Bush in is ever dumbed down wisdom on BBC's Newsnight. Jody's What They Don't Tell You entitled "Fear Itself". Former child sit-com star Dickie Richards tries to sell you some shit you don't need. And finally, The Red Elvis's. Woot!
08-09-2005 17:54"One of the problems since the so-called turn of 1989 is that the market is regarded as an ultimate natural law. The whole world was required to transform their economies into market economies.."
08-09-2005 17:51Imagine if Britain was under the occupation of a foreign power and during that time, the occupying power destroyed buildings of historical importance to Britain. Imagine, a foreign power destroying places such as the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Hadrian’s Wall and other Roman remains, which are scattered around the country.
08-09-2005 17:48Notification of a change in broadcast details
On Thursday 8th September a vibrant protest was held outside Hiatt 111-115 Baltimore Road in Perry Bar Birmingham to expose Hiatt’s appalling trade in handcuffs and shackles. Guantanamo prisoners are restrained with shackles which say ‘made in England by the Hiatt Corporation’.
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Baylissgate Latest: Mr X Goes to Jail
08-09-2005 14:03WHILE ROME BURNS, NOT NERO, BUT CALIGULA'S HORSE...
08-09-2005 12:21THE REGIONAL INDIGENOUS COUNCIL OF CAUCA (CRIC) AND THE ASSOCIATION OF
INDIGENOUS COUNCILS OF NORTHERN CAUCA (ACIN) Cxab Wala Kiwe INFORM THAT
08-09-2005 11:50Green Party conference opening today,
Policy debates on intellectual property rights, open source software and domestic tradable quotas for carbon.
08-09-2005 10:16A protest at the start of the Justice & Home Affairs ministers meeting in Newcastle was foiled before people even got to the protest. They obviously didn't want the ministers to see the 12 foot square ID card that was going to be at the front drive.
08-09-2005 09:32An offer of aid from the Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez, which included two mobile hospital units, 120 rescue and first aid experts, 50 tonnes of food, 10 water purification plants, 18 power generation plants and 20 tonnes of bottled water has been rejected by the US-government, according to the civil rights leader, Jesse Jackson.
08-09-2005 06:43New York stock exchange bosses pull animal testing outfit HLS's listing at last minute.
Daily Telegraph 08/09/05