UK Newswire Archive
17-02-2009 13:13Details in brief:
Date: Saturday 21st February 2009
Time: 7- 10 pm
Location: St Andrew’s Hall Chesterton Cambridge
Cambridge Stop the War (CSTW) is holding a fundraising evening on Saturday 21st February in St Andrew’s Hall, Cambridge, with all proceeds going to Interpal and Medical Aid for Palestine, who are helping to relieve the horrific humanitarian crisis that has been forced upon the people of Gaza.
17-02-2009 13:08This morning a group of campaigners from Brighton and London travelled to Heathrow to do what they could to prevent the deportation of the Souhalia family see - http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2009/02/422246.html
17-02-2009 13:04The Edinburgh University Occupation ended today, with demands partially met. The press release concerns what was achieved and what remains to be done, as well as some comment on what took place.
17-02-2009 12:57Vegan brunch at the common place - Leeds. Join us to raise some cash for the vegan prisoners support group and show your solidarity for Luke Steele, a west Yorkshire activist who is 'banged up and bored' in HMP Lincoln. Bangers, mash and board games.
17-02-2009 11:52Yesterday in Brighton magistrate's court defendants in the EDO Decommissioners Case
had charges of Burglary dropped and replaced with Conspiracy To Cause Criminal Damage.
17-02-2009 10:41New documentary about the December 2008 insurrection in Greece (in english)
17-02-2009 10:24In his article 'Are We Anywhere? Carbon, Capital and COP-15' Pascal Steven looks at the complexities for a mobilization 'against' the UN's COP-15 summit in Copenhagen. Originally published here http://shiftmag.co.uk/?p=270.
17-02-2009 08:50A group from the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas plans to travel to the Central Studio Theatre in Basingstoke to picket a production of The Laramie Project by local youth group Freedom Youth.
17-02-2009 08:13Press Release
17th February 2009 - For Immediate Release
Campaigners Resist Deportation of Brighton Family
For more details call Sam Hayward on 07957431276
Photos of the family and interviews are available on request
http://www.reclaimlove.org/ for all the other countries celebrating likewise.
This has to be the most cheerful event in the activist calendar as it's very hard to find a non smiling face. The only killjoys were the two cops booking an acrobat for climbing up to Eros and a pair of city guardians trying to find out who was in charge.
16-02-2009 19:03The Big Issue has printed an advert for SHAC. It's good to see support in a magazine bouth by ordinary, good people all the UK and that is sold in a good cause. Please support the Big Issue and buy one. Please also write to the Big Issue and say thanks....AND write letters pointing out that Big Pharma is contributing to homelessness in Camden with plans for a deadly lab in Camden.