UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
09-02-2004 12:40The communities near the Plachimada plant of Coca Cola in India,
where one of the bottling plants of Coke is situated are
engaged in a battle since last two and a half years
against the exploitation of the ground water and the
subsequent drying up of wells in the area resulting in
acute shortage of drinking water.
09-02-2004 06:43Zimbabwean Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi leader of the Zion Christian Church is taking religion the other way round. He is taking the gospel to the West to show howGod has manifested himself in Africa.
08-02-2004 15:22January, 31st, 004 - paci paciana - bergamo (italy) Various subjects and realities from different parts of Europe have met to better define the idea of an initiative on precarious workers and condition, through the organization of a euromayday 004.
07-02-2004 15:33Gangster Capitalists probably from Liverpool murder 19 workers-
immigrants without access to the protection of the Law or the solidarity
of the rest of the working class.
07-02-2004 00:09Free Speech Case From WTO 1999 In Seattle Heard By 9th US Cicuit Court of Appeals
06-02-2004 23:10John Whitelegg, leader of the North West Green Party will be speaking at two meetings in Liverpool on Monday 9th February.
05-02-2004 17:05May 1st: Days of Action against the bosses EU
From protest to resistance, an invite
04-02-2004 03:22GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION : SAT 20th MARCH : Section 9 For Bristol Details.
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03-02-2004 17:32A British traveller in Palestine reports again on his experiences of the occupation.
03-02-2004 09:18This Wednesday Parliament will be debating the Hutton Inquiry. I urge you to contact your MP by fax at http://www.owos.info/ to call for a FULL and OPEN independent inquiry.
02-02-2004 15:44Selected Summaries of Chinese Workers' Protests in December 2003
02-02-2004 11:21Travellers 'must go' - Published on 31 January 2004
Cambridge Evening News
A GROUP of travellers in Histon could be forcibly thrown off land they are illegally occupying - but council officers say they hope to avoid violent clashes seen recently in Essex.
01-02-2004 11:34The grand illusion in US sports and the hypocrisy that goes with it
Housing minister Keith Hill has turned away from the government’s commitment that all tenants’ homes will meet the decent homes standard even if they vote to stay with their council landlords.
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