UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
17-05-2010 14:05(The accumulative wealth of any congregation no matter how poor, ends up with the head priest)
By Nellie de jongh for 'Freemovement', Monday 17th May 2010
Religion is big business a multi-billion dollar industry!
17-05-2010 01:13GPs are being required to pass information to the police regarding people that they think are at risk from crime or at risk of committing one. This is meant to safeguard children and safegurad women who might be victims of domestic violence, rape, female circumcism or murder. It is also meant to protect people with mental health problems and others affected by it.
16-05-2010 21:18demonstration was held in Jalalabad, Afghanistan in protest to the
continuous execution of Afghans and Kurdish Political activist in Iran by islamic regime.
16-05-2010 19:17Checkout the video of UK protestors shutting down the Islington based Shell petrol station for 5 hours on the 15th of May on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
We believe... workers know how to run our workplaces far better than business people, the government, or trade union leaders!
We aim for... workers' control over our own jobs and our own lives!
16-05-2010 17:08Building the One Great Union of all workers in the UK
16-05-2010 16:53Video of the Boycott P&G 2010 protests in Cambridge
16-05-2010 09:35Here is a clip of how a demonstration of a few hundred Kurdish people from Turkey marched to the Turkey/Iran border trying to cross over to join the strike in the Kurdish province in Iran yesterday 13 May.
15-05-2010 20:49The Freedom Flotilla has set sail into the eye of the storm.
The huge demo was at the range of 50.000 - 70.000 people and managed to occupy the total center of the city for more then three hours . Also special KKE members took position in front of the parliament to avoid provocations
Today was a day of POWER SHOW of the KKE
15-05-2010 12:04In late April 2010, Middlesex University decided to close down Philosophy, its highest research-rated subject; ever since, Middlesex students and staff, and many thousands of their supporters in the UK and around the world, have been battling to save it.
In early May, Middlesex Philosophy students took matters into their own hands. On the morning of Tuesday 4 May; when the management cancelled this meeting at short notice, more than 60 students converged on the Dean’s office in the ‘Mansion’ building at Trent Park to demand an explanation. The Dean refused to meet with them. The students decided to occupy.