UK Newswire Archive
18-12-2008 18:09Below is a letter received from Sean Kirtley to be used as an article for Gagged! More info about Sean's case can be found here http://supportsean.wordpress.com and you can write to him at this address: Sean Kirtley WC 6977, HMP Stafford, 54 GAOL RD, Stafford, ST16 3AW (remember to send a SAE with your letter)
18-12-2008 17:46Trident Ploughshares Press Release – Thursday 18 December 2008
Long-standing peace activist and member of nonviolent direct action group Trident Ploughshares Sylvia Boyes, from Keighley, was today sentenced to three months’ imprisonment at HMP New Hall, West Yorkshire by Bingley Magistrates' Court. The sentence was issued for Sylvia's refusal to undertake “community punishment” for her part in an action against US "missile defence" at Fylingdales Ballistic Missile Early Warning Station in North Yorkshire on 6 August 2008, the 63rd anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima .
18-12-2008 17:42During August 2008, to mark the anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima, Sylvia Boyes cut the fence at Fylingdales Radar station near Whitby. Today (18th December) Sylvia (aged 65), a dedicated peace campaigner, was sentenced for 12 weeks by Bingley Magistrates Court for her action at Fylingdales. Her protest was against Fylingdales role as an early warning radar station, part of US Missile Defense.
The official National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Final Report on the Collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 admits that the top of the building accelerated at the rate of gravity for 2.25 seconds into it's own footprint -- 8 stories worth of collapse.
18-12-2008 16:41Undercurrents supplied dramatic images of open cast mine for a brilliant George Monbiot interview with the head of CPRE
Friday 12/12, the assembly of the occupied Athens Polytechnic decided to make a callout for European and global-wide actions of resistance in the memory of all assassinated youth,
Bus fares across South Yorkshire are going up in the new year by an inflation-busting 8%.
Operator First said rising fuel, utilities and staff costs had forced it to make the decision.
Managing director Brandon Jones said the firm was “meeting ongoing challenges of rising costs”.
18-12-2008 14:18an Other TV STATION occupied today in CHANIA Crete
the video here ..
@ Wagon & Horses pub - just down the road from the Rainbow pub, 28 Adderley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham
18-12-2008 09:05We are slightly annoyed by the fact we are commodities
18-12-2008 07:48Shooting of a schoolkid sitting on a bench with friends in Athens
18-12-2008 07:35Greetings to the UK...Love, New York!
18-12-2008 03:06It's more than 10 days since the murder of Alexandros and despite the government's wishes for the protests to stop, they are increasing!
18-12-2008 00:59Political statement of OKDE - Ergatiki Pali
18-12-2008 00:35It’s time for round two!!!
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