UK Education Newswire Archive
06-03-2010 10:43The British Crown, controlling the John Adam Street Gang/Committee of 300, each of the major political parties, Labour, Conservative and Lib Dems as well as UKIP. They do this via various institutions in the John Adam Street Gang; this includes ARK Academies and the London School of Economics.
05-03-2010 22:07Southern Ocean, February 2010
05-03-2010 19:09An update on the changes which have been happening within the Pogo Cafe co-operative over the last few days. Pogo is a vegan, anarchist social centre, based in Hackney, London.
03-03-2010 18:57I am forwarding the following from the Sussex No Cuts facebook group - posted 3 March 14:56
01-03-2010 19:43Students at the University of Westminster today took action to oppose the proposed cuts to 10% of jobs at the university by storming the board meeting and then occupying the Vice Chancellor's office.
01-03-2010 13:09Families flock to the Livesey Museum for the re-opening of the former children's museum to mark two years since Southwark Council shut the building down
24-02-2010 15:41The Nottingham Freeschool are going to be running a workshop entitled
'Working Across Privilege' from 1-3pm, Friday 26 Feb. as part of the No
16-02-2010 21:55A group called the Really Open University has been established to help resist the £35 million of cuts being made at the University of Leeds.
11-02-2010 10:25Visual Resistance is a free online book/blog on art, design and resistance. Read it at http://www.visueelverzet.nl/en/
09-02-2010 21:38Thursday 11 February 2010: Public Meeting - "No Shock Doctrine for Haiti", venue: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, Holborn, Central London
Friday 12 February: Video + discussion: "The Tragedies of Haiti: Reflection on the Earthquake and Interventionism", venue: Inca Arch, 202 Coldharbour Lane SE5
09-02-2010 14:18Run by The South Yorkshire Energy Centre at Heeley City farm, the Family fuel buster project aims to help families who are living in cold damp homes and struggling to pay fuel bills by giving practical help and advice on energy efficiency and grants which may be available for improving insulation.
08-02-2010 17:11Over 100 Students occupy the main conference room at the University of Sussex in protest against ill-advised and shortsighted proposed cuts to the university. After a demonstration attended by over 300 staff and students, with speeches from Simon Burgess Labour candidate for Brighton and Kemp Town, Tom Hickey of the UCU National Executive, Paul Cecil President of the UCU Sussex branch, Jon Mason of Unison and Pat Hawkes of Brighton and Hove City Council, students at Sussex University have occupied the main conference centre of Falmer Campus