UK Newswire Archive
Uploaded here are several sections extracted that fit with stories found on indymedia this week.
12-10-2005 13:33JENNY JONES - Green Party London Assembly Member, the former Deputy Mayor of London, the Mayor's Road Safety Ambassador and Member of the Metropolitan Police Authority... speaks about the potential criminalisation of London Critical Mass monthly bike ride.
12-10-2005 12:57Some more juicy MG Rover sleaze for your displeasure!
12-10-2005 12:15On Friday 7th of October the Norwich No N25 Campaign held a meeting in Blythe Jacks School.
12-10-2005 11:16Yesterday (oct 11th, 2005), the circle community was illegal evicted from Saint Georges theatre in Tufnel park before the appeal hearing was heard...
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12-10-2005 10:14The British government is quoting 'intelligence' on shaped charges as evidence of Iranian involvement in the Iraq insurgency. How much credibility does it deserve?
12-10-2005 09:23Translation of press release from Support Legale regarding the 60th hearing in the trial against the 25 demonstrators accused of looting and sacking during the Genoa G8 events in 2001.
12-10-2005 08:45SOLIDARITY PICKET WITH GATE GOURMET STRIKERS
Sunday 16 October 2005 - 11 am to 2pm at Beacon Hill
Nearest tube: Hatton Cross, turn left out of the station and left again to the bus stop and take Bus H23 to the picket line (about five minutes bus ride, ask the driver)
12-10-2005 08:35Nature’s tutorials
leaders in control of human societies
12-10-2005 08:29Asbo Community Centre is opening this Saturday in the Asboetum / Radford Area. This new community centre has been opened up after a group of local people moved into three abandoned council properties in August.
12-10-2005 07:32Interview with Mike Treder, Executive Director for the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology.
12-10-2005 02:33The trial of 6 people arrested in Thessaloniki during the demonstrations of the 21st of June 2003, against the EU Summit, was held today in the three-member Magistrate's court of Thessaloniki. All six of them were accused for the minor offence of (participating in a) revolt. Five of them were Greek; the sixth one, coming from Spain, named Carlos, had been initially accused for a criminal offence and detained. After a long hunger-strike he was imprisoned, and the Magistrate's Council changed the offences from criminal to minor ones.
11-10-2005 23:26Yes well I know it is straight out of a corporate paper but I think it's a pretty good article and i was there and live in Italy I hope this will go onto the Genoa page but I can't see where to click so I hope one of youi tech spec guys will make sure it gets there and oh by the way the Calvi trial also started in Rome this week ...
11-10-2005 21:52The Guildford Civic Hall has been sitting empty for years. The town is crying out for a decent music venue and/or other grassroots provision for young people to avoid the loop of drunkenness/asbos.
11-10-2005 21:10Invading Countries!! which and why?
11-10-2005 20:59A post-Katrina economics must emphasize parallel worlds, solidarity and human dignity to safeguard long-term necessities and creativity. If all countries only become more competitive, mass unemployment will result. What is public- health care, schools, housing- must remain public.
11-10-2005 18:01This article is an appeal to the antiwar movement to launch a vigorous campaign of opposition to a likely US/Uk attack on Iran