UK Newswire Archive
17-02-2002 00:36Indymedia went offline for a few hours on Saturday. What happened?
16-02-2002 18:14An anarchist analysis of recent events in Argentina
16-02-2002 17:47Undercurrents just returned from Nepal where the Maoists are waging a guerilla war. We report what we saw from our trekking adventures.
otherwise rocks, routes, ravines and rebels
16-02-2002 17:43Recent government figures suggest its recruiting more nurses.The reality is that they are been hired by NHS direct while the NHS is been depleted.
16-02-2002 17:04Is this cartoon by Latuff, published at indymedia-switzerland, anti-Semitic?
16-02-2002 14:24Victory for Students in battle with University Chancellor over his business interests in burma
16-02-2002 14:21An 18 yr old Leeds schoolboy was finally returned home last night after disappearing in China following a Falun Gong appeal to end the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China
16-02-2002 14:14Join the march against student hardship in London, this coming Wednesday the 20th! *Everyone* invited (not just students)
March called by the Nationa Union of Students (NUS)
A cathedral service is being held today to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the UK's first nuclear bomb test.
16-02-2002 12:17UK MOD launches Defence Technology Centre initiative
16-02-2002 09:38farmworker union gets corporate growers to negotiate after 10+ years of struggle
16-02-2002 05:45A mobility unit has been set up by Hackney Council at a cost of £50,000 and Hackney’s Freedom Pass claimants are being "assessed" by occupational therapists. To date, (February 15th) out of 3000 applicants, only 50 per cent have been approved. Hackney Council, by targeting those who are not even receiving cash help in the form of DLA, will exacerbate this and there will be casualties
16-02-2002 04:20Permanently privatizes 530 million acres
16-02-2002 02:53In Response to Settlers’ Demands, Palestinians Forced to Use Walled-In Concrete
16-02-2002 02:14Responding to the three-year budget presented to the government in November last year, the government announced it would offer Hackney council £25 million, but as the old saying goes, ‘there is no such thing as a free lunch’.