UK Repression Newswire Archive
Autonomous Peace Village of Daechuri. They succeeded in destroying the irrigation system, making farming a near impossibility. 40 protesters were arrested, 30 were injured, 5 of those seriously.
10-04-2006 10:45Of all this year's events marking
Roma Nation Day in the UK - and it was
the biggest package yet - the most poignant
for me was the sight of actor Michael Collins,
over here from Dublin for the Red Wheels
Festival, shovelling away an earth barrier at Five
09-04-2006 21:15This is a request for anyone who bought a white wristband to return it to Make Poverty History charities as an act of protest for being made by Chinese sweatshop workers contrary to even Chinese law and the Ethical Trading Initiative. Return your wristbands to cronies at the charities and donate money to campaigns such as Campesina and demand real change.
09-04-2006 17:17Following the No Borders demo outside of Harmondsworth & Colnbrook Immigration Prisions- detainees in Colnbrook are continuing to refuse food. A number of men have been singled out for repression by the management including Michael Etim, the leading pastor of the Christain congregation within Colnbrook
09-04-2006 15:41Successful, but marred by alleged racist action by police at historic Glasgow hall.
09-04-2006 09:57on april 6th, brian haw's campaign manager and long-standing right-hand woman, maria gallestegui, won a historic battle against the ridiculous section 132 law banning protest around parliament. her case was thrown out of the high court when the prosecution offered little evidence.
08-04-2006 20:14On Saturday 8th April, over 250 protestors successfully voiced their refusal of the UK’s racist, repressive detention and deportation system for asylum seekers with a demonstration outside Harmondsworth & Colnbrook Detention Centres near Heathrow.
08-04-2006 13:52The former intelligence officials depict planning as "enormous," "hectic" and "operational".
08-04-2006 11:49The Make Poverty History white wristbands which were sold at the event in 2005 for £1 with 70p going to charities were made by Chinese sweatshop workers contrary to even Chinese law and the so-called Ethical Trading Initiative. Send your wristbands to cronies at the charities and donate money for real change.
08-04-2006 10:39The author of the video testifies: the sequence of a beating was cut.
After his testimony the videomaker from Bologna was stopped by two
policemen: “They threatened me”
SIMONE PIERANNI- GENOVA