NWASDG-Mahir-Ejderha, 26-03-2007 11:46At 12pm, on Monday 26 March 2007, the North West Asylum Seekers Defence Group (NWASDG) are holding a protest at Dallas Court 'Reporting' Centre in Salford Quays, Manchester, calling for an end to the daily kidnappings of asylum seekers at Dallas Court and for this place of fear to be closed down. In the last 10 months, there have been eight people, that we know of, who have been kidnapped at Dallas Court after going to 'report' and not seen again until they were in a detention centre or deported. This does not include a Congolese lady called Rosetta, who was detained there on 13 March. NWASDG have been mounting protests at Dallas Court since May 2006, and in the last month groups of asylum seekers from Iraq, Libya, DRCongo and Zimbabwe have demonstrated at this place, indicating the growing anger of refugees towards the British Labour government's racist policy of forcing immigrants including families, pregnant women and children, to comply with a repressive sysyem, and then use it as an opportunity to quietly deport them.
Riversider, 25-03-2007 16:52Preston Vision Board want to build a barrage in the Ribble to create a Marina, and build 4000 houses in the greenfield land nearby. Now that we know WHO Preston Vision Board are, we learn that they include representatives of companies that make their money by building marinas and developing property - so why is this board being supported with public money and officer's time, by the very councils that they are trying to sell their expensive and environmentally disastrous ideas to? Read more | 1 comment >>
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AntiNazi, 21-03-2007 15:31Police informer - Please read Read more | 3 comments >>
pinkie, 21-03-2007 12:51Thursday. 22nd March 07: how about you pop round to the Basement for a warm meal and to watch some good films. :-) Read more >>
Tyneside Community Action for Refugees, 21-03-2007 11:22Another Kurdish family who have been living in Newcastle for the last 6 years, and who have been active members of TCAR (Tyneside Community Action for Refugees) are due to be deported to Turkey this Friday. There will be an EMERGENCY DEMONSTRATION against the family's deportation on Wednesday 21st March, 4.30-5.30pm outside Government Offices North East, Gallowgate (opposite St James Park metro). Read more | 1 comment >>
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dh, 18-03-2007 01:00Ian Crane, chair of 9/11 Truth Campaign (Britain and Ireland), will be presenting two different levels of illustrated talks during this week
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Manchester Animal Protection, 16-03-2007 16:31Jonny Ablewhite, along with John Smith and Kerry Whitburn, had their appeal today against the draconian sentence of 12 years for activities related to Newchurch guinea pig farm. They received no reduction in sentence. The prosecution were even told they didn't need to present their case. This is indicative of the corruption of the judicial system and the state's repression of animal rights activists!
Barry Woodling, 16-03-2007 16:09NAN Conference on anarcho-syndicalism Read more >>
Mahir-Ejderha, 16-03-2007 13:23Olawumi Alao and her three children were released on 13 March 2007 from Yarl's Wood immigration removal centre (IRC) in Bedfordshire. Olawumi and her children had been held at the prison for almost 6 weeks. For what reason??? They are now back at their home in Liverpool from where they were kidnapped by snatch squads early on 1 February 2007. But for an injunction filed by her solicitor, the racist authorities would have deported them by 5 February. Ola and her youngest child, suffer from Hepatitis B, but were not been given any treatment at Yarl's Wood detention centre. On 12 February, the 1-year-old, Fayad was violently sick - but still he got no medical treatment. Ola was refused bail, because, said the Home Office, she was likely to 'abscond'; but Ola has lived in Liverpool for the past 18 months, without 'absconding', reporting to Reliance House in Liverpool regularly and keeping her children in the local schools. She did not 'abscond' even after the immigration service thugs twice raided her house whilst the family was out. Thanks to all those who wrote and emailed the councillors and MP about Ola and her children. The campaign goes on, Ola is still in danger of deportation, so watch this space...
Percy Flage, 16-03-2007 10:54
danfred, 15-03-2007 22:58LARGE-SCALE TREE FELLING taking place at the OLD GARDEN FESTIVAL SITE
An bunnan bui, 15-03-2007 12:40Detained Iraqi civilians were beaten if they could not remember nicknames of famous footballers given to them by UK soldiers, a court martial has heard. Read more >>
Mahir-Ejderha, 15-03-2007 10:48The Congo Support Network held a demonstration on 13 March 2007 at Dallas Court Reporting Centre, Salford Quays, in opposition to the recent and continuing deportations of Congolese asylum seekers to war-torn DRCongo. It was attended by over 100 Congolese and Libyan refugees, and supported by anti-racist activists from Manchester FRFI. It was meant to run from 12-2pm.
Delta News, 14-03-2007 19:27A 15-year-old boy has been shot with a Taser gun during a police raid in Moss side Manchester. Read more | 4 comments >>
Leeds No Borders, 14-03-2007 15:16Earlier today around 30 members of Leeds No Borders demonstrated outside Waterside Court in Leeds to show solidarity with the detainess at Campsfield Detention Centre near Oxford, where disturbances broke out early this morning and were reacted to extremely heavy handedly by police and Home Office alike.
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