UK Analysis Newswire Archive
18-07-2005 16:33There is a new phenomena spreading around the world - the spread of extremely restrictive seed laws. A new series of articles, in the latest issue of GRAIN's Seedling magazine, has found that many countries are being pushed into embracing some of the world's most repressive laws: seed laws.
16-07-2005 01:23All that is required is that we bring to an end the last traces of gullible trust which will then get rid of that mass confusion, which is the only thing that has kept the lid on the revolution up to the present time...
15-07-2005 22:30I’m leery of conspiracy theories, especially when they involve convoluted plots. Occam’s Razor is my guide, however, ever since the events of July 7 something has been nagging at me about the nature of the latest terrorist attack, and not merely the timing but the methods.
15-07-2005 21:14the family of the accused and presumed final perpretrators of the last week's events in London are "devasted".
Quite. They are victims as well.
15-07-2005 19:35The Kate Sharpley Library has just published a new pamphlet, Unknown heroes: biographies of Anarchist resistance fighters by Miguel Garcia, with information on people from the post-war anti-fascist resistance in Spain.
15-07-2005 18:26Strange isn't it? Bush senior takes a shot at Phillip Agree two decades ago and the bullet seems to be headed for Bush Junior's right hand man, Karl Rove
15-07-2005 11:03G8 Debrief: 6pm, Tuesday 19th July, Cowley Club, 12 London Road, Brighton
15-07-2005 10:56Although Respect is not something i support, Yaqoob and Galloway have recently been brave enough to be open about their views in a time when not many people seem to be criticising Blair's lack of political analysis of the london bombs.
14-07-2005 23:42A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Cuba, Netherlands, and Russia.
14-07-2005 18:29Maybe you think that it’s all just a bad dream. In a few years there will be a new President of the United States and everything will be different then. Everything will be back to normal. The bad news is, you are awake. The really bad news is, it isn’t Bush.
14-07-2005 15:25Our enemies think they are fighting a war, but even after London, do we?
13-07-2005 13:44The rampART social centre is planning on hosting some kind of discussion event for people to talk about their concerns, fears, proposals etc in relation to the London bomb attacks.
It is particually hoped that it would enable a dialogue between different elements of the community in order to avoid or mitigate against ill-placed retribution and revenege attacks and to combat attempts to fuel hate and distrust by the some elements of society and the media.
It is also hoped that together we can identify and be aware of moves by the state to capitalise on the fear being generated in the wake of the attacks to clamp down even further on civil libities and introduce new draconian legislation and ID cards etc.
13-07-2005 08:15"At half past nine this morning we were actually running an exercise for a company of over a thousand people in London based on simultaneous bombs going off precisely at the railway stations where it happened this morning, so I still have the hairs on the back of my neck standing up right now."
-- Former Scotland Yard Official Peter Power on BBC, 7/7/05
Why this was not published in the main stream media?