UK Repression Newswire Archive
26-03-2004 13:40Invasive phone message costs & costs!!!
26-03-2004 01:28by Justin Felux
The media has already forgotten about Haiti. Even some of the alternative press has stopped paying attention. We must keep Haiti under the radar.
25-03-2004 20:02The Evening Standard ran same story about MayDay as BBC, with a little more detail, managing to get the usual anti-wombles angle in "The Wombles - who dress in protective gear before trying to attack police", and failing utterly, like the BBC, to mention the MayDay NoBorders Dublin weekend of events, running from Friday April 30th to Monday May 3rd, and coinciding with the EU Enlargement Summit and welcome celebrations...
25-03-2004 12:40The wombles occupied social centre in Tufnel Park was forced to close it's doors to under 16s today....
25-03-2004 05:54The article examines Israel's reasons for murdering Ahmed Yassin, and their connection with the U.S.'s concerns for its agenda in Iraq and the rest of the Arab world.
24-03-2004 01:45I was arrested at the anti-war demo on Saturday after videoing the cops & walking on the wrong side of some white tape. I've been charged under Section 5 of the Public Order Act.
23-03-2004 10:34DEMONSTRATION TUESDAY 23 MARCH, 5pm OUTSIDE ISRAELI EMBASSY, HIGH STREET
21-03-2004 18:59This morning, police opened fire with stun grenades on members of the Gauteng Anti-Privatisation Forum (APF) who were protesting against water privatisation and the installation of pre-paid water meetings. Fivety-two APF members were arrested, including 6 children, on charges of violating the Gatherings Act.
21-03-2004 16:40After Rotterdam, Amsterdam also plans a ban on low-income inhabitants: London and other cities are moving towards a similar strategy. The London ESF is a showplace for creative social entrepreneurs - the kind of people who should replace the poor, according to this philosophy.
20-03-2004 21:52It has come to our attention that the police working on behalf of the customers of HLS who have taken out injunctions against protests are over stretching themselves in their interpretations of its terms and attempting to harass activists on behalf of their masters. This article gives you the information to unmask their tricks and keep yourself safe from them.
20-03-2004 15:34Menwith Hill Action - Update on arrests, police behaviour, the success of the event and a call for info form those that were there.
20-03-2004 03:23This is a press release from the Fairford Coach Action.
18-03-2004 20:43A campaigning couple have won their battle to have several complaints of anti-Israel bias upheld by the BBC – the first such successful complaint in more than a year.
18-03-2004 17:19Britain's most senior judge has ruled Home Secretary David Blunkett must release a Libyan man detained by police under anti-terror laws.
Lord Chief Justice Woolf upheld a previous ruling that the man's 15-month detention at Belmarsh prison in south-east London is unjustified.
The Special Immigration Appeals Commission refused Mr Blunkett the right to appeal against the decision.