UK Newswire Archive
The long waited National Unity Government is facing the threat of being dissolved as a result of its inability to end the blockade. These stories and more coming up, stay tuned.
04-05-2007 20:12In yet another hammerblow aimed at the animal rights movement, police made 32 arrests across the UK in the early hours of Tuesday morning in 'Operation Achilles'. Assistant Chief Constable Adrian Leppard of Kent Police says the arrests are "one of the largest, if not the largest, police operation that has targeted animal extremism in the UK." Three properties were also searched in Belgium and the Netherlands.
04-05-2007 19:561) Research scientists at Rice University have
devised a new way to make solar panels out
of quantum dots.
They use cetyltrimethylammonium bromide
instead of the standard alkylphosphonic acid
compounds which makes the process safer
and much cheaper.
04-05-2007 19:56"I will pledge £20 towards the production costs of a balanced DVD documentary examining the many suspicious circumstances of the London bombings of 7th July 2005 but only if 250 other people will do the same."
04-05-2007 19:14On Monday 14th of May, holocaust denying Nazi fuckwit Nick Griffin will be speaking at Bath University... unless we stop him!
04-05-2007 19:03Millions of workers and students on strike: report of the first 12 hours of the May 2 strike
Just six months after Calderon assumed the presidency and the anti-fraud movement and the APPO were defeated, the situation in Mexico is heating up again. The previous showdown over the elections and the revolutionary struggle in Oaxaca solved nothing. The bourgeois, foolishly, perhaps believed that the working class was finished, and that the struggle was over. They will not be able to maintain that opinion any longer.
Carrying on from the magnificent struggles in March against the attacks of the weak Calderón government, a general strike was called earlier this week on May 2 - the first general strike in Mexico since 1916.
We publish here a brief report on the May 2 strike, as well as a longer article analysing the situation just before the strike. Further reports will be published in the coming days.
04-05-2007 18:36Two activists from Manchester to stand trial in Brighton for aggravated trespass at edo mbm arms manufacturers last July
04-05-2007 16:34This is a call-out to anarchists interested in sharing our living history, ideas, debates and vision to collaborate on a new weekly radio project on anarchism.
04-05-2007 14:36Anti-nuclear activists have been demonstrating outside and inside the annual meeting of stockholders of one of Germany’s electricity giants, the transnational EON. A coalition of environmental groups protested in Essen against EON’s plans to expand nuclear power production. Some of the countries where EON is planning new nukes are Finland, Great Britain, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria.
04-05-2007 14:33There where no demonstrations on the streets of TelAviv to prevent the invasion and the aggressive war on Lebanon last summer. The high-lords of the many wars - Ehud Olmert, Amir Perez and the State terrorist Dan Halutz ( retired from his duties) went to war - with the quiet acceptance from the Israeli/Jews. Today Israeli/Jews are loudly demanding the resignation of "those responsible" for the failure of the aggression on Lebanon.
04-05-2007 13:54You have to realise what you're living in.
04-05-2007 13:08Wed May 9th OAXACA films at Camberwell Occupied Social Centre starting at 7.30pm
Oaxaca Vive (2007) the incredible uprisings June - Dec 2006 and beyond...
+ Plan Puebla Panama a multi-billion dollar development plan that threatens the Oaxacan struggles
04-05-2007 12:17The Basement is a social centre in Central Manchester with a vegan cafe, activist library, bookshop, computer hub and exhibition space. We have been badly affected by the massive fire on Monday and we are appealing for help so we can get back open again as soon as possible.
04-05-2007 11:56In the Bible, justice is always measured in the well-being of the weakest. Freedom could be understood as bond to community, not egomania. People are not commodities or a mass. There are no superfluous persons or superfluous continents. Ms. Kassmann is a Lutheran bishop in Hamburg, Germany.
On Tuesday thirty people were arrested for alleged involvement in "extremism" in dawn raids carried out across the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands. Predictably the media are lapping it up , providing extensive quotations from the police, with minimal analysis. This time, however, it isn't Muslims they're after, but animal rights activists. This ought to be worrying and not just for people involved in animal rights activism.