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19-03-2008 12:57

Shell Day of Action - Service Stations D-Locked

Old Street Garage
From an anonymous tipoff call very early in the morning two Shell service stations were found to have been D-locked and shut down for several hours on the morning of Monday 17 March 2008. Read more >>

18-03-2008 18:00 | 1 addition

Protest Brings Pipeline to Shell: London. March 17, 2008

Outside Shell in York Road
All-Irish environmental and social justice movement Gluaiseacht were in London for the weekend, and on St Patrick's Day itself gathered outside the Shell HQ at Waterloo, bringing with them a very large pipeline.
Pictures © Peter Marshall, 2008, all rights reserved. Read more >>

09-03-2008 17:44 | 2 additions

SERCO picket, London March 8, 2008

Demonstrators arriving at SERCO
As a part of the International Women's Day, Feminist Fightback, All African Women’s Group and Black Women’s Rape Action Project picketed the SERCO
Research Institute in central London, demanding the immediate closure of Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre.
Pictures copyright © 2008, Peter Marshall. All rights reserved. Read more >>

09-03-2008 17:37

New film screening night - mondays @ inspiral

starts this monday (10th march) @ inspiral lounge, camden high street - "life + Debt" + Djs Read more >>

08-03-2008 17:37

New 'Turbulence: Ideas for movement' eNewsletter

'Turbulence: Ideas for movement' now has a new low-traffic e-newsletter. Subscribe now to be kept up to date! Read more >>

03-03-2008 12:32

Camp for Climate Action to target Kingsnorth power station

Today it was announced that E.ON's Kingsnorth power station in Kent will be the site of this summer’s Camp for Climate Action, running from 4 th to 11th of August 2008. Read more >>

25-02-2008 15:58

Cabaret against capitalism - Don Letts benefit 4 No Sweat, Thursday, Kings Cross

A benefit to raise money for the anti-sweatshop, anti-capitalist solidarity campaign. Read more >>

23-02-2008 23:23 | 1 addition

Hands Off Iraqi Oil - London demo

Pics from the corporate pirates' tour of the capital on the 'Hands Off Iraqi Oil' International Day of Action, Saturday 23 February 2008. They were protesting against the multinational oil companies' ongoing attempts to profit from the occupation and death of an estimated million people in Iraq by plundering the country's oil resources; a move strongly opposed by the Iraqi oil workers' unions and general populace.

22-02-2008 14:06

Report: Cuban speaking tour launch in London

Rock around the Blockade speaking tour opening rally, London, 21 February
Cubans come to London – Socialism into the 21st century speaking tour

Rock Around the Blockade’s (RATB) 2008 Cuban speaking tour got off to a strong start on Thursday 21 February with a packed inaugural meeting at Bolivar Hall in London, hosted by the Venezuelan and Cuban embassies. Read more >>

21-02-2008 15:06

Japanese G8 Infotour comes to London

No g8 Japan 2008
flier and event details

16-02-2008 15:47

Rally against ExxonMobil in London this Wednesday 5pm-6.30pm!

In the past few days, British, Dutch and US courts have accepted a compensation claim by ExxonMobil and frozen up to £12 billion worth of Venezuela's assets. Hands Off Venezuela is calling for all supporters to protest against these provocative actions and tell ExxonMobil: Hands off Venezuela's oil! Join us outside its London offices this Wednesday (February 20th) from 5pm to 6.30pm, 3 Clements Inn WC2A, nearest Tubes: Temple, Holborn. Read more >>

16-02-2008 10:24

Unlawful Detention

An asylum seeker continues to languish in Britains (Guantanamo Bay) Harmondsworth Detention Centre for 8 months after been detained despite the facts that it is against Home Office published policy on detention, on parents enagaged in Child Contact Proceedings and Case law regarding eminent removal. Read more >>

15-02-2008 22:58

Camden Inferno -

Will the fire in Camden see another area fall to corporate High Street culture? Wild rumours of a corporate plot behind the fire may have nothing in them, but one thing is certain another part of Camden is under threat. Read more >>

15-02-2008 16:59

Supersize My Pay: activists from France and New Zealand speak in London tomorrow

Mike Treen from New Zealand's Unite union, which organised the first Starbucks strike in the world, and French fast food worker and union activist Axel Perrson will speak in London tomorrow. Read more >>

15-02-2008 12:41

Position Paper - 15th February 2008: Digging Machinery operating at Lismullen

According to reports on the 6th February 2008, there is digging machinery at the Lismullin
Henge as attempts are being made to bury this National Monument. Read more >>

14-02-2008 12:38

Carmel Blockade photos

12/02/08 Brighton and London Palestine Solidarity demonstrators blockade Camel Agrexcos main UK headquarters in Hayes, Middlesex but run into the violent workforce first. Read more >>

12-02-2008 14:51

Philippines: Greed, Corruption and Illegitimate Debt

Greed is defined as an excessive or uncontrolled desire for or pursuit of money, wealth, food, or other possessions especially when this denies the same goods to others. It is reprehensible acquisitiveness, an insatiable longing for power, and supremacy in order to advance individual interests at the cost of other's well being.


10-02-2008 15:07

The Mediterranean Union: Dividing the Middle East and North Africa

Expansion and the Mediterranean Union
The Middle East and North Africa are in the process of being divided into spheres of influence between the European Union and the United States. Unknown to the global public, several milestone decisions have been made to end Franco-German and Anglo-American squabbling that will ultimately call for joint management of the spoils of war. Franco-German and Anglo-American interests are converging into one. The reality of the situation is that the area ranging from Mauritania to the Persian Gulf and Afghanistan will be shared by America, Britain, France, Germany, and their allies.

06-02-2008 22:32

£1.7 Billion Taxpayer Bill To Pay Off Metronet Fat Cats

Reported today, just about everywhere, Metronet lenders will be repaid £1.7 Billion from the taxpayer. Read more >>

26-01-2008 19:08

Haiti: Vanessa Redgrave Joins Appeal For Kidnapped Human Rights Activist

Acclaimed actress Vanessa Redgrave joins a growing list of prominent people worldwide who have expressed concerned with the safe return of Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine, the missing human rights activist kidnapped in Haiti on 12 August 2007 after meeting with a visiting US human rights delegation. Read more >>


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