UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
26-03-2007 11:43Update from the intrepid Oxfordshire (and environs) blockaders!
26-03-2007 11:12Described as "a proper east-end knees up", locals gathered outside the new Starbucks store for a tea party, "in defence of our area, and to show off the lovely culture we have".
25-03-2007 00:18- The Delegation will be Formed by Seven Comandantas, Seven Comandates and a
Communique of the Indigenous Revolutionary Clandestine Committee - General
Zapatista Army of National Liberation
Mexico, March 22, 2007
It’s lovely to have the Market Square finally finished, isn’t it? Now we can start to use it again; as a great hang out, somewhere to sit around with our friends in the sun, the best place to raise awareness about political issues through formal and impromptu demos, listen to free music of all sorts, maybe have a drink, take the piss out of the army recruitment display, shelter from the rain on the Council House steps, but the question is ...
24-03-2007 12:45New for April 2007! 325 is an insurgent anti-prison zine of social war and anarchy, infrequently produced in the UK in a DIY style!
23-03-2007 18:35Two articles by gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell published this week:
The Independent. March 22nd_ Why has the Left gone soft on human rights?
Democratiya Journal_Spring 2007 Their Multiculuralism and ours.
I WONDER IF THIS POSTING WILL STAY UP..?
23-03-2007 15:31Friday 23rd March, CONFRONTING COLONIALISM
Now including presentation by Hands-Off Iraqi Oil at 8.30pm!!!
A night of political discussion and historical debate, at RampART Creative Social Centre, 15-17 Rampart Street, off Commercial Road, LONDON, E2
And below the Art Not Oil info, please find a link for Rising Tide North America's current tour with the wildly creative and very inspiring Beehive Collective.
Bo from Art Not Oil/London Rising Tide
23-03-2007 11:39The 8th of June International Day of Action Against has been called by the International Rising Tide Network. This is a call for autonomous, decentralized actions appropriate for your town, city, or local area.
23-03-2007 01:11Yesterday, Thursday 22nd March, ten Zimbabweans were arrested for trespassing at the Zimbabwean Embassy in London. The protesters, all members of Zimbabwe's main opposition, The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) were refused access to to their ambassador to demand an explanation for the continuing oppression of dissedent voices in the Southern African state.
22-03-2007 19:57Kirklees Unity Day of Action
Saturday April 7th 2007
22-03-2007 13:56The Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill, which had its second reading in the House of Commons in early March, proposes new powers that will enable the agents of bailiffs—court officers involved in the collection of debts and fines—to force entry into people’s homes, seize belongings and, in certain cases, restrain people.