UK Newswire Archive
29-06-2007 08:45Not being flooded around these parts... the Cycleogical IV presents at the Ramparts : Camp For Climate Action 2007 benefit.
Friday 29th June 2007
29-06-2007 08:36Many articles have been written on the tactic of pervasive and continuous debt as a form of economic social management. However, few financial ‘wizards’ and politicians understood the ramifications of such a tactic. To meet regular needs average people have been forced to borrow at rates never before seen. As a result of the created necessity to borrow large amounts and the ease of obtaining large loans, a rapid increase in loan defaults is occurring. Perhaps statistical information on the ‘spike’ in long term debt servicing and mortgagee defaults highlights the failure of the debt strategy. Hailed at the time as the optimum method of economic and social management, today it is proving to be just another strategy of big business appropriating more at the expense of EVERYTHING and everyone else.
29-06-2007 07:51On thursday, 28th June a rally was held at the Midlands Arts Centre in Edgbaston, this rally centred around the defence of the public sector workers amid ever growing attacks on the public sector around forty people attended, with comrades from the IWW and SolFed in attendance.
29-06-2007 06:53DEMONSTRATE WITH US TO PROTEST AGAINST DEPORTATIONS TO A COUNTRY THAT HAS NEVER TRULY KNOWN INDEPENDENCE
Saturday 30 June 2007 at 12 noon
Starting from: Victoria railway station, Station Approach, Todd St, M3
Ending at: Peace Gardens, St Peter’s Square, M2
28-06-2007 23:27A new CCTV system developed by ‘Agent Vi’ is being installed in some of the UK’s busiest stations, including Clapham Junction and Paddington Station.
28-06-2007 22:53Press release for Friday's Post strike, giving us the facts and the real rationale why they are striking
28-06-2007 22:35It takes a victim of sovietism to recognize a likewise process in Europe. “Vladimir Bukovksy, the 63-year old former Soviet dissident, fears that the European Union is on its way to becoming another Soviet Union,” writes Paul Belien for the Brussels Journal. “In a speech he delivered in Brussels last week Mr. Bukovsky called the EU a ‘monster’ that must be destroyed, the sooner the better, before it develops into a fullfledged totalitarian state.”
28-06-2007 15:44Have you heard, the MP for Redditch, Jacqui Smith is the new Home Secretary!! Hurrah!!!
28-06-2007 15:1728th June 2007
Smash EDO Press Release
28-06-2007 15:05We would like to welcome the United Kingdom, back into the "family of nations", now that the country has been "liberated" from the "repressive", "dictatorship" of Mr. Anthony Blair.
Monday 2 July, 7.30pm for 8pm start, @ the Cube Cinema. £2/3 on the door.
Note: 1 July, 6.30pm, benefit cafe for MOVE at Kebele social centre, 14 Robertson Rd, Bristol BS5 6JY ( http://www.kebelecoop.org)
28-06-2007 14:04Exposing Canada's role in the US war on terror
28-06-2007 13:28An analysis of the Horn of Africa’s political outlook in the short to medium term should include an assessment of geopolitical conditions in the Middle East. As part of Operation Enduring Freedom US naval vessels have engaged in several military strikes in Somalia. This shows that the Ethiopia-Somali axis is to some extent the “Southern front” of the larger Middle East theatre of war. US intervention in the Horn of Africa is brought about by the policy framework of the war on terror, as well as the need to safeguard shipping routes through the Suez Canal. This raises significant political questions that the AU has to confront, foremost among which is the impact foreign military aid (and political interference) has on the stability of African states.
28-06-2007 12:33During the Great Depression between the two world wars, the Brit John Maynard Keynes came to the insight that was implemented in the 1960s. The state must guide the economy by its spending to avert the danger of depression.. Friedman the ideologist was more successful than Friedman the economist.
28-06-2007 11:52Britain’s postal workers are set to hold their first national strike in 11 years on June 29. The strike was called by the CWU (Communication Workers Union) after pay talks between the union and management at Royal Mail collapsed.
28-06-2007 11:32The media is waging the same relentless propaganda bombardment to clear the path to yet another war, using the same tactics of anonymous sources, distortions and unsubstantiated claims to manufacture consent in a population that predominantly has no appetite for war.