UK Anti-militarism Newswire Archive
21-03-2003 17:12URGENT transport for Menwith URGENT
21-03-2003 16:11article from local media outlet
21-03-2003 14:58Hail a new movement....THE CONETTIESTAS!!!
21-03-2003 12:49coverage of anti-war protests in Scotland by press.
21-03-2003 12:09Four short video clips from Shefield Anti-war demonstrations held on 20th March 2003. (article 1)
21-03-2003 10:36Road blockades took place all over Manchester today
21-03-2003 10:10Nottingham army recruitment centre is seeing red, literally as it is hit with several paint balls. The entire 'shop window' front is covered with red paint. Police 'protect' the building for the rest of the night!
21-03-2003 00:05Striking Sheffielder reflects on a day of stopping the traffic, being inspired by teenagers and dancing a lot.
20-03-2003 21:19The Aberdeen Coalition for Justice not War called for an "informal Peace Rally" at 5pm at St Nicholas street (which is in the centre of Aberdeen beside Marks and Spencers) on the day that the war would start.
20-03-2003 20:31Activists casue traffic mayhem - Midday Demo halts traffic and storms City Hall - Evening Demo sees hundreds of Workers on the streets.
20-03-2003 10:08About 40 anti-war protesters are blocking a major roundabout in into Leeds, bringing traffic to a standstill into and throughout the city.
19-03-2003 14:19The student demo arranged for Albert Square, Manchester today turned into an impromtu reclaim the streets.
18-03-2003 08:52Princess Parkway, one of the main roads into Manchester city center was from 8am today blockaded by anti-war activists. They errected a tripod of poles in the middle of the road while one person hung down from the apex. Traffic quickly stacked back causing chaos.
People marched and gathered at Chetwynd Barracks, Nottingham to protest. The Barracks are the Britsh Army centre of mobilisation of the reserves
17-03-2003 16:20Edinburgh anti-war protesters stormed the Castle today and blocked the entrance, later leaving to block the main street with a sit-in protest.
School students went on strike and joined in the protest against the War against Iraq.
16-03-2003 14:39Make sure it’s not business as usual when war breaks out. The morning after war breaks out, bring Manchester to a halt during rush hour by blockading local road junctions! By disrupting the working of the city we are stopping business from carrying on as usual while the government wages a war the people don’t want.