UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
She was removed last Thursday to Uganda, there was a problem at the airport in Entebbe because she is a Rwandan citizen and the authorities at the airport wanted to return her to the UK because she had no documents entitling her to be in Uganda. Jane Mary was very tired and had a headache throughout her flight, and so mentioned to the authorities that all her children are in Uganda and she was allowed into the country after some discussions. She was also asked why she had been sent back from the UK but apparently one of her escorts told them that her visa had expired and as she is unwell she wanted to go home. At the moment she is safe and well.
Friends of Jane Mary Mutetsi, thank all those who fought to keep Jane Mary in the UK
19-10-2008 17:54It seems that almost everyone is now convinced that the magic word for this “hard times” is crisis.
19-10-2008 12:12The BPP's massive national mobilisation turned out to be a rather damp squib. 11 fascists (including a kid) huddled together outside HMV protected by lines and lines of cops. around 400 anti-facsists were joined by scores of locals who, on being told what was happening, stayed to say that the BPPs filth won't be accepted in Yorkshire.
19-10-2008 12:09On Saturday 18th of October, the British People’s Party (BPP) planned a demonstration in Leeds, outside HMV. They intended to protest against “racist” black rap music, handing out leaflets demanding “rights for whites” and calling on the store to stock White Power music. Richard B from Leeds Revo reports.
18-10-2008 20:59The Africanist Movement will host the first West Africa Regional Conference of the African Socialist International (ASI) in Freetown-Sierra Leone from October 20-22, 2008.
18-10-2008 11:33The voice of the youth in Bulgaria abouth the government
17-10-2008 18:51Publication of a Complaint made to Liverpool City Council about Antisocial Behaviour from Police Officers in Liverpool City Centre, where civil unrest was orchestrated by Liverpool Police n 10th October 2008.
17-10-2008 16:19No Borders is a network of grass-roots organisations that support freedom of movement and the abolishment of borders. The No Borders Gathering will bring together groups and individuals from across the UK to discuss, network and plan together.
17-10-2008 13:07Seeming as many friends will be in London for tommorrows anarchist Bookfair it seems only fitting that we should come together in a display of our collective anger at a senile and demented economic system refuses to die.
17-10-2008 10:23Once again the ability of Smash EDO to stand up to police bullying and intimidation was impressive and inspiring. This was perhaps most obvious as the police blocked the march to the EDO factory and marchers stood their ground against police batons and pepper spray.
16-10-2008 18:11here is a short summary of the facts so far in regard to the 4 activists arrested the other day please do not speculate further in the public domain.