UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
16-07-2007 15:58It was known the Rotten Borough of Rushmoor could not be trusted on the recent trial of fortnightly waste collection, and so it has proved to be.
16-07-2007 15:39Following numerous dangerous incidents putting public and workers at risk, the demolition of Farnborough town centre appears to have ground to a halt.
16-07-2007 12:31The flooding disaster that struck villages, towns and cities all over Britain in June has been met with callous indifference by the Labour government of newly installed Prime Minister Gordon Brown and by the Environment Agency.
15-07-2007 19:09Human rights group Embargoed! had their stall open for the first time at the London anti Racism event RISE
14-07-2007 17:24Hundreds of people today gathered to hug the Odeon building
14-07-2007 15:43Since Oscar Beard’s month in Mayo from mid February 2007, and the Indymedia UK investigation exposing the poisoning of the Erris drinking water supply from the Corrib Gas Project, a return trip in May revealed the extent to which Mayo County Council (MCC) and Shell E & P Ireland (SEPIL) would go to hide the problem rather than deal with it.
14-07-2007 15:16NETCU to shift focus onto Climate Change and will use same underhand and possibly illegal tactics they have used against animal rights
13-07-2007 15:21At a hearing before the Adjudication Panel of England, Peter Sandy, until recently a Rushmoor councillor, was able to clear himself of most of the malicious allegations made against him by Rushmoor chief executive Andrew Lloyd.
13-07-2007 10:42The latest book on Thabo Mbeki ' Fit to Govern: the Native Intelligence of Thabo Mbeki' by Ronald Suresh Roberts is denialist propaganda that should be countered by all progressive forces with the same amount of zeal and vigour as that expressed by its chief proponents.
13-07-2007 10:37A number of Shell to Sea campaigners have established a non-violent blockade of the road leading to the proposed gas refinery site at Bellanaboy. Two protestors are locked on to an immobilized vehicle, preventing access to the site.
New Roots Café, 86 Spital Hill, Sheffield; Friday 27th July
7pm Food - 8pm Tel Rumeida Project film
12-07-2007 16:57Even as it announced the second 24-hour national postal strike commencing this evening, the Communication Workers Union (CWU) was doing its utmost to stab its members in the back.
12-07-2007 15:40On July 10th, "La Tour" was illegaly evicted in Geneva, Switzerland.
Here's a brief summary of events and a call for international
12-07-2007 12:33Competition is not always a fountain of economic development.. Certain academic findings are dangerous for the functioning of norm systems. The critic becomes the delinquent. Several wicked mosquitos may be criticized, not mosquitos ingeneral.. The right of association and the welfare state principle could be bulwarks countering the absolutizing of competition.