UK Repression Newswire Archive
13-10-2005 09:27This is a slightly edited version of the presentation on Cuba given on 9 October by Sue Smith. She and her partner Ali will be going to Cuba towards the end of November, as members of the Northern Lights Choir taking part in the Santiago de Cuba singing festival. The event at the Friends Meeting House raised just under £200, and more details can be found at http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/regions/oxford/2005/10/325328.html.
13-10-2005 08:24'He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression.' - Thomas Paine (1795)
12-10-2005 13:33JENNY JONES - Green Party London Assembly Member, the former Deputy Mayor of London, the Mayor's Road Safety Ambassador and Member of the Metropolitan Police Authority... speaks about the potential criminalisation of London Critical Mass monthly bike ride.
12-10-2005 09:23Translation of press release from Support Legale regarding the 60th hearing in the trial against the 25 demonstrators accused of looting and sacking during the Genoa G8 events in 2001.
12-10-2005 02:33The trial of 6 people arrested in Thessaloniki during the demonstrations of the 21st of June 2003, against the EU Summit, was held today in the three-member Magistrate's court of Thessaloniki. All six of them were accused for the minor offence of (participating in a) revolt. Five of them were Greek; the sixth one, coming from Spain, named Carlos, had been initially accused for a criminal offence and detained. After a long hunger-strike he was imprisoned, and the Magistrate's Council changed the offences from criminal to minor ones.
11-10-2005 23:26Yes well I know it is straight out of a corporate paper but I think it's a pretty good article and i was there and live in Italy I hope this will go onto the Genoa page but I can't see where to click so I hope one of youi tech spec guys will make sure it gets there and oh by the way the Calvi trial also started in Rome this week ...
11-10-2005 14:49At a talk given in London last week, Scott Ritter was unequivocal. Plans for an attack on Iran are being drawn up and acted upon “right now….as we speak”.
10-10-2005 23:35This week the Government is likely to bring forward a new Terrorism Bill which will have serious and frightening implications for free speech and allow for the detention of suspects for three months prior to charge.
10-10-2005 19:51"The issue which has never been litigated before is: Whether civil Officers of the United States, removed from office by conviction in "Cases of Impeachment", who are later tried and punished in criminal courts, can thereafter be pardoned by the President? This report concludes that the Constitution bars any such pardon."
A festival day celebrating the work of artists in exile across the region and the launch of an East Midlands refugee artist network: Long Journey Home. The day included theatre, music, song, poetry, film, exhibitions, food, crafts and free workshops.
Sometimes I don't know whether to laugh or scream.
10-10-2005 07:35Testimonies by subsaharian migrants about recent events at Melillia speak of 36 deaths and an indeterminate number of disappeared.
09-10-2005 08:33Good news: Even in a mainstream paper like 'The Telegraph' in England reality begins to dawn! Scott Ritter - former UN Chief weapons inspector: "Both these men could be pulled up as war criminals for engaging in actions that we condemned Germany in 1946 for doing," he said.