UK Newswire Archive
30-05-2008 22:16Well it’s a shame that they didn’t have the guts to organise this when the tube booze ban was actually in force but it should be given a plug anyway.
30-05-2008 22:02When oil jumps as much as it has, doubling since May 2007, it's natural to assume that something striking must have happened. In the past five years, investment in index funds tied to commodities has grown from $13 billion to $260 billion.
30-05-2008 21:54Yesterday the minister for EU affairs of the Spanish state revealed that they were sent last January, a 5 page proposal document by Sarkozy's presidency of France outlining his objectives for new anti-migrant laws to be implemented during the forthcoming French presidency of the EU. The substance of this confidential document has pretty much been explained by me in the last weeks in an article of the quirky humorous "Q&A" series. We may now put the recent anti-migrant laws and Romani purge of Berlusconi in its proper context that which I indicated in the "Q&A". Sarkozy wants biometric Shengen Information System 2, a "integration contract" for migrants and obligatory language lessons.
30-05-2008 18:4945 second clip about Eric's case: http://youtube.com/watch?v=8kgXvx94YjY
30-05-2008 16:44On May 30, 2008, Sean Kirtley was sentenced to four and a half years in prison for conspiring to "interfere with contractual relationships so as to harm an animal research organisation" after the longest animal rights trial in history.
30-05-2008 16:17On Saturday 31 May 2008, from 1pm, there will be Public meeting at the Friends Meeting House (Quakers House, opposite the central Library), 6 Mount Street, Manchester.
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30-05-2008 15:42Benefit for Haringey MIND Tonight Friday 30th May 8.30 – 11.30pm
30-05-2008 13:19Former White House press secretary Scott McClellan’s new book indicting the Bush administration for employing a “political propaganda campaign” and deception to drag the US into an “unnecessary war” in Iraq has unleashed a wave of bitter recriminations from the Republican right, while prompting opportunist attempts by Democrats to exploit the tell-all memoir for their own political purposes.
30-05-2008 13:17As the US administration prepares to charge British resident Binyam Mohamed in a Military Commission at Guantánamo, Andy Worthington reports on his last-minute appeal to Prime Minster Gordon Brown to intervene on his behalf.
30-05-2008 12:33Even experts at the U.S. bioweapons facility at Fort Detrick think that the anthrax which was used in the 2001 attacks came from their facility.
30-05-2008 11:18Coops under threat, EU COMMISSION’S under pressure from greedy,bribing corporations to unfairly hurt 250,000 CO-OPs
30-05-2008 10:57From The Guardian:
Campaigner jailed for trespass at US radar base
Lindis Percy, the veteran campaigner against US bases in Britain, was yesterday sentenced to one month in jail. Christine Dean, a fellow member of the Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases, said Percy was sentenced at Scarborough magistrates court after being found guilty of aggravated trespass at the Fylingdales early warning radar station in North Yorkshire. The station was recently upgraded and will be part of America's missile defence system. Percy, convicted under the 1994 Criminal Justice and Public Order Act, has been jailed before for her protests.
of Omission against 9 named women in Nicaragua, who are charged
in relation to the last legal abortion In Nicaragua.
The case became known as the 'Rosita' Case. There have been
problems with the feminist groups, including two deaths by battery of some
Friday 30th May 6pm
Central Library Manchester
30-05-2008 08:21Because we thought post-industrial banality was cool, now we’re way too cool for Sheffield. Read On..