UK Repression Newswire Archive
13-10-2006 10:45Several days ago, Al-Mahdy militiamen came from Al-Thawra district and the surrounding districts in Baghdad to rush madly upon attacking Khan Bany Saad Village, Diyala Governorate East of Baghdad.
In an interview with Channel 4's Dispatches, to be aired on Monday, former home secretary David Blunkett admitted that he suggested to the war cabinet during the 2003 invasion of Iraq that Britain's military should bomb Aljazeera's television transmitter in Baghdad. Two weeks after Blunkett urged the prime minister to attack al-Jazeera, the American military bombed the station's Baghdad offices, killing journalist Tareq Ayoub.
12-10-2006 20:34"The Beeb", once better than the rest, is now an openly Government-controlled Propaganda vehicle.
12-10-2006 15:22gay rights group Outrage! highlights the report in The Times concerning Iran's attacks on its own minorities....
(Twiglet-Now try saying we don't campaign against anyone else other than lgbt.. We always have highlighted general attacks on everyone's human rights etc. anyway..)
12-10-2006 14:30We're only interested in the sort of terrorism that suits our paranoia
12-10-2006 10:05A link below shows the bill currently before parliament about communications interception
12-10-2006 08:11The Law Society behaves like a monopoly power and attempts to MUZZLE THE PRESS BY STEALTH THROUGH TECHNICAL TACTICS IN COURT !
12-10-2006 08:03Speaking today at the European Parliament in Brussels, German GUE/NGL MEP Sylvia Yvonne Kaufmann attacked the recent EU-US passenger data accord and called for greater protection for passengers' privacy.
11-10-2006 22:43Amazingly, the CIA’s favorite newspaper, the Washington Post, is reporting this morning that “American and Iraqi epidemiologists [estimate] that 655,000 more people have died in Iraq since coalition forces arrived in March 2003 than would have died if the invasion had not occurred
11-10-2006 22:17By Friday October 6 in this foul year of our Lord 2006 it was already labelled a riot across nearly every Rupert Murdoch freebee newspaper and every copy of the Evening Slander in the city. In the spirit of the war on terror fearful names were back in the mainstream headlines again. No, not Al Qaeda. Not even the IRA. Nor the Fathers for Justice gone rabid or militant pro-fox hunting farmers armed with fire works and tweed jackets. No. This time it was the Wombles. Violent anarchists. Masked anti-capitalists intent on destroying parliament and pulling the plug on UK democracy.
11-10-2006 17:27Irish police and Shell workers have forced an entrance to Shell's self-declared property at Bellinaboy. Urgent action on an international level is needed.
11-10-2006 13:44Free Ahmed Batebi and all political prisoners in Iran!
Protest when Muhammad Khatami visits St Andrews!