UK Newswire Archive
29-03-2003 16:40The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is once again sniffing around what could be loosely called the direct action movement. Here is a reproduction of a leaftel that was distributed a couple of years ago but still as relevat today.
29-03-2003 16:23And when are we going to put an end to it? They have to go. These politicians have to go. This whole system has to go. If we can think of ways to kill, in their homes, people we can't even see, render non-existent whole buildings by remote control, we must be able to imagine and bring into being a better way to run our world, to conduct ourselves without these corporate controlled governments, without any governments.
29-03-2003 16:14Carnival atmosphere as anti war march takes over city centre.
29-03-2003 15:57Today saw yet another march from A-b and back to A again in Leeds
29-03-2003 15:11BBC disagreed and rejected a wide majority of criticisms of bias and pro-government war led agenda at a public discussion with BBC Deputy Editor Mark Damazar and Stop The War Coalition Andrew Murray organised by Media Workers Against The War on Thursday March 27. People in the audience failed to get responses about concerns about the BBC’s failure to give independent coverage relecting public opinion under its public service status thus questioning its role in the coverage.ar on Thursday March 27. The failure to respond to public concerns clearly undermined the BBC’s public service status and questioned its role in the coverage.
29-03-2003 13:54Three marches leaving from Clapham, Peckham and Streatham, made there way to Brixton this afternoon.
29-03-2003 13:25A simple and quick thing everyone can do to counter CNN, MSN and other belligerant corporate media, and support IndyMedia and Anti-War websites!
29-03-2003 12:57The UK government will soon be sponsoring Europe’s largest arms fair selling weapons to some of the world’s most oppressive regimes undermining peace and democracy. The growing weapons trade has led to 191 million civilian deaths according to a report issued by the World Health Organisation in 2002 in the last decade. UK companies since Labour came into power contributed to 1,329,500 deaths in 20 countries according to CAAT research.
29-03-2003 12:56This is a statement from the "platform for a world without racism" (Austria), from March 21st. The platform is part of the European noborder network - http://www.noborder.org.
29-03-2003 12:54Corporate America is rewarded for supporting Bush - At the expense of the Iraqi people.
29-03-2003 12:26What's the matter with the newswire???