UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
06-10-2007 21:37Can you hear the Raw? The world is alight fighting for Justice or is it as the Poor are still Poor and the Left, well they’ve…… yeah where are they. News for the Activist is here.
06-10-2007 17:39It’s time for a kick down in America. When a country forgets to take care of its own people, ignores the immense poverty between its own borders, shuts down even the faintest whisper of free speech, and demonizes whole races, it needs an enema.
05-10-2007 21:57Application has been made for return of Brian Haw's display/property, stolen by the met, before Southwark Crown Court.
05-10-2007 20:47The future of the United Kingdom needs to be debated, beyond the parliamentary talk of a possible “snap general election” this autumn, with national issues including the direction of British foreign policy,
05-10-2007 17:30Turkey is using a political and military onslaught to anihilate anyone who is calling for a political solution to the Kurdish Question in Turkey. All democratic avenues are being shut. Military Generals rule Turkey as they rule Burma. A call for action.
05-10-2007 17:16On Monday 8th October, the European Commission is bringing a case in the
High Court against an effective and worthwhile charity that threatens to
destroy it. The case is bizarre, and the story speaks of gross
incompetence and vindictiveness at the Commission.
05-10-2007 14:11Alook back at Shell to sea, UK involvement and the future
05-10-2007 11:16Please come and show your solidarity with the people of Burma
05-10-2007 11:00On Friday the 4th and Saturday the 5th of April 2008, we call for
two days of demonstration, direct action, public information,
street-party, squatting… in defence of free spaces and for an
anti-capitalist popular culture.
05-10-2007 10:58We are going to move into our new house on Grøndalsvænge allé 13, the 6th of October. We´re not hiding that, for this action, we are, amongst others, inspired by this summers succesful protests at the G8 summit in Rostock, Gremany.
04-10-2007 23:15Hospital workers in Leicestershire were shocked and outraged by the news that interim Chief Executive for the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Derek Smith, will be paid £100,000 for three months work. Meanwhile, Wolverhampton healthworkers face a pay cut.
04-10-2007 23:09Royal Mail workers have started the first of two 48-hour walkouts over pay and conditions since the suspension of strike action for talks in August.
04-10-2007 22:34Everyone likes surprises, and the brutal military regime that has ruled Burma since 1990 are no exception. Back in September 2005 people were dumbfounded to hear that the generals had moved the capital 400 miles to the north; almost two years later they woke up to find the cost of diesel – the country’s main fuel - had doubled, while that of gas – much used by private bus companies following orders from a greenwashing junta – increased by five times.