UK Repression Newswire Archive
06-02-2008 00:19A report on the speaking tour, organised by the Troops Out Movement, by two daughters of people murdered by British soldiers in Belfast
05-02-2008 20:35"On the pretext of anti-litter, Swindon Borough Council are bringing in restrictions on rights to distribute literature that are more severe than the restrictions that the Chinese Communist Party impose upon Hong Kong."
05-02-2008 14:41In its World Report 2008, Human Rights Watch surveys the human rights situation in more than 75 countries. Human Rights Watch identified many human rights challenges in need of attention, including atrocities in Chad, Colombia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia's Ogaden region, Iraq, Somalia, Sri Lanka, and Sudan's Darfur region, as well as closed societies or severe repression in Burma, China, Cuba, Eritrea, Libya, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam. Abuses in the "war on terror" featured in France, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, among others.
05-02-2008 13:51The UK's law enforcement machine grinds to a halt due to the extensive ramifications of a high-level case of fraud and corruption.
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03-02-2008 23:55The campaign to save Sulukule achieves its first important results
03-02-2008 14:16The brutal belief system widely promoted as “neoconservatism” is behind the fascist agenda that emerged from the bowels of corporate-owned “think tanks.” These elitist thinkers believe that it is necessary for our government to “cull” the “useless eaters” from the face of the earth, through forced population reduction and perpetual war.
03-02-2008 06:17Detailed update of the events of Saturday 02/02, that took place in the center of Athens, as a response to the attempt of an extremist right wing organisation to commemorate a nationalist anniversary.
02-02-2008 12:30The United Nations praised the ration system as being “the world’s largest and most effective relief effort”
01-02-2008 19:15Mouloud Sihali was one of eight men arrested over the Ricin plot in September 2002. After spending over two years in HMP Belmarsh, a jury acquitted him in April . He was re-arrested a few months later, before being cleared once again. Mouloud spent 16 months under strict control orders before being cleared in May 2007. In this exclusive interview with al-istiqamah.com, Mouloud gives a 1st-hand account of the psychological effects induced by control orders.
01-02-2008 13:44The situation at Careers Development Group has changed for the better
31-01-2008 23:14POR EL RESPETO A LA VIDA Y LA DIGNIDAD HUMANA SI A LOS ACUERDOS HUMANITARIOS!
¡NO MARCHAMOS EL 4 DE FEBRERO!
31-01-2008 17:14Campaign for Free Assembly public meeting
Saturday 16th February 2pm-4pm
London School of Economics room H103, Connaught House