UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
20-10-2010 21:51Rally against the cuts at short notice at Lancaster Town Hall, organising meeting after in WMC.
20-10-2010 19:12A group of students have occupied the reception area of department for business innovation and skills on Victoria street.
20-10-2010 17:26France is grinding to a standstill as millions of workers and students erupt in the streets at the government’s prposal to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. Across the Channel, the new Tory Chancellor has announced savage cuts in public expenditures that will slice away more than a million jobs, drive workers out of south east England and doom the country to years of austerity (unequally imposed, bien sur.) Yet the response has been muted.
20-10-2010 12:50Britain’s Chancellor George Osborne has announced legislation that will penalise and force into destitution hundreds of thousands of the poorest people in Britain, who are dependent on welfare benefits.
20-10-2010 12:48The British National Party (BNP) has confirmed it will hold its annual conference in South Derbyshire.
20-10-2010 00:13Message of Solidarity with the workers and students of France from the exploited masses of the United States
19-10-2010 20:20The paper reported that on the plane Jimmy was energetically resisting deportation. No, he was energetically resisting the imminence of protracted hunger and poverty; he was resisting an unjust economic order that skewered his country resources away from him to the benefit of western powers.
19-10-2010 16:35Mr. Nicholas Gargani was investigating Then Lewes District Council Leader Norman Baker. Now Norman Baker mp
19-10-2010 13:55Interview with Angela Mitropoulos discussing No Borders politics.
19-10-2010 13:24The October/November issue of the Hereford Heckler is now online and hitting the streets…
Every week a different theme will be discussed in an open debate. The first six themes are outlined below and they will be followed by such things as "Why not the G20?" and "Grassroots and Mass movements"
As the poster states they begin at 7:30, and will sometimes be introduced with a short talk or film, watch this space for more details on that, sometimes there will be food, and there will always be a bar open.
18-10-2010 21:29Radical Workers Bloc
Birmingham Wed 20th October & London 23rd October
01 November · 10:00 - 13:00
Trafalgar Square, SW1
London, United Kingdom
18-10-2010 17:41"Moreover, if Maliki obeys the US and ousts Sadr, it isn’t clear that he will have a coalition at all anymore, or at the very least not one capable of forming a government. Maliki’s bloc finished second in the vote to rival Ayad Allawi’s Iraqiya bloc, and it was only through Sadr’s participation that he had any chance at a second term in office."