UK Newswire Archive
23-03-2009 19:34Due to these sundry laws and numerous injunctions, aboveground activists found that they were told where they could protest, for how long, with how many people, and what they could and could not say. Home demonstrations were prohibited, and the state placed increasingly severe restrictions on activist use of Internet sites, as those arrested for the crime of MDA have received hefty jail sentences.
Welcome to Palestine Today, a service of the International Middle East Media Center,
www.imemc.org, for Monday, March 23ed, 2009.
23-03-2009 13:56Many Arabs believe the group was even exploiting the Iraqi question to stir up racist divisions
23-03-2009 12:07Nearly 200 people gathered Saturday 21st March in Bedford town centre, than heading to Yarl's Wood immigration prison, demanding its closure. Yarl's Wood has 405 capacity and holds single women and families with children. The building of a new immigration prison, next to Yarl's Wood, has just been approved, to hold 500 single men.
23-03-2009 11:42Bourgeois attempts
to channel proletarian struggles on an international scale
for the proletarian rupture
AGAINST SUMMITS AND COUNTER-SUMMITS
23-03-2009 11:17On the 6th anniversary of the start of the Iraq war Make Wars History has issued a press release...
For information in the Laws of War visit http://www.makewarshistory.org.uk or download this document: http://www.makewarshistory.org.uk/files/the-laws-of-war-2.doc
23-03-2009 10:55«The worst enemy of knowledge is not ignorance but the illusion of knowledge»
23-03-2009 07:47The Critical Mass (CM) ride is often accompanied by cycle sound systems, which the police in the past have silenced in the vicinity of Parliament.
23-03-2009 07:16First the Law Lords came down on the side of Critical Mass and now a Parliamentary Committee is supporting public protesters against police. Whatever next!
23-03-2009 01:55Protest against the BNP
This is part 9 of a series, for parts 1-8 see:
22-03-2009 23:27Fifth plowshares or disarmament action in Sweden since June 2008
BP has been forced to postpone its centenary party at the British Museum
on April 1st, as word had leaked out and triggered a demonstration by Art