UK Repression Newswire Archive
Soudabeh Heidari, aged 19.
25-09-2009 11:26Something nasty is at work in education. Billed as a radical NuLabour rethinking of how to educate children, 47 schools are to be run as privately sponsored Academies with international corporations such as weapons giant Vosper-Thornycroft.
25-09-2009 01:10Today at the UN, New York, States are signing a treaty which excludes core obligations and the right to development which will result in people becoming far more dependent on the State/Corporations and also result in discrimination against the poor. Many States are following these policies. However with these rights excluded it will be harder to discern the difference between terrorists and 'freedom fighters'. It is now known the rights to fight for.
24-09-2009 07:22As part of a growing number of solidarity actions with the oppression of migrants in Calais there will be a demonstration on Monday morning at the Border Agency offices in Derby.
23-09-2009 16:43Pittsburgh plays host this week to the G-20 summit, a gathering of leaders of the world's largest national economies and the European Union. And, as with many past international summits, protest groups are embroiled in legal battles over their ability to voice opposition to international political and corporate elites.
23-09-2009 15:16Info on mass rally against mandatory vaccination, London, Oct 3rd.
23-09-2009 13:53“We will continue the struggle for democracy,” said Zelaya, as the crowd voiced their desire for a new constitution. “This time I won’t be caught napping,” joked Zelaya, referring to the episode on June 28, when the military accosted him in his pajamas.
Later, when the lights were cut, there were fears the authorities might storm the gates at any moment, and side arms were handed out to security guards. The lights soon returned courtesy of the compound’s generator (and gas supplied by La Resistencia). The expected attack didn’t come until dawn, when police launched tear gas shells into the courtyard, and forcibly occupied neighboring buildings."
Mike Bell, secretary of the party’s West Midlands region, attended the Germany National Democratic Party’s Fest der Völker (Festival of Nations) in Pössneck, Thüringen, with three other BNP activists.
They included Dave and Nina Brown from Nottinghamshire, who were taking time out from campaigning for a Broxtowe District Council by-election on 24 September, where Mr Brown was the BNP candidate.
23-09-2009 08:27Last night activists stayed in different squats and 'jungles' around Calais ahead of the ongoing raids.