UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
03-04-2011 13:40On Friday March 25, 2011 the Canadian House of Commons found Prime Minister Stephen Harper guilty of contempt of Parliament. According to parliamentary law, contempt of parliament is a federal crime of which SteveHarper has been found guilty.. Harper is barred from seeking re-election on May 2, 2011. Nevertheless warmonger media in Canada
and the discredited PM continue to campaign. No federal government or cabinet minister has ever been found in contempt before.
03-04-2011 10:01Decoding masks and evaluating the risks of police surveillance
03-04-2011 09:27Dissident Island Radio April Fools: DOWNLOAD IT NOW
03-04-2011 01:33Police are calling for information on people whos images they obtained from 'a range of sources, including CCTV' during anticuts protests on the 26th of march.
I for one reckon I saw ed milliband and boris johnson throwing a breeze block through the windows at the ritz and will be sure to explain this, at length, on the phone. I hope other upstanding citizens will follow suit.
Not even the fascist leaders of Germany and Italy were so blatantly shameless regarding the Spanish Civil War unleashed in 1936, an event that maybe a lot of people have been recalling over these past days.
02-04-2011 15:12War Resisters' International observer in Cairo
In the case of the detained Egyptian pacifist and conscientious objector Maikel Nabil Sanad, who is being tried on charged of "insulting the military by spreading false information" and "disturbing public security" , War Resisters' International has now sent an observer to Cairo, to attend the hearing at the military court on Sunday, 3 April 2011.
02-04-2011 14:09Thursday, April 14 · 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Daily Mail Headquarters, Young Street (off Kensington High Street), London W8 5TT
As part of the third National Day of Action Against Benefit Cuts a protest has been called outside the Daily Mail’s head office in Kensington on 14th April 2011.
01-04-2011 17:05Politicians, the mainstream media, and the Police all dismiss serious crimes against ordinary people as mere “anti-social behaviour”, but think that trivial crimes against the rich and influential are shocking and should be treated as serious crimes.
01-04-2011 15:37Charteris sports centre in Kilburn NW London stolen from the people by Brent council
01-04-2011 15:06International call for decentralized actions on 26 and 27 May 2011
Deauville and Cannes are casino-cities in which the scammers of the G8 \ G20 will decide on the wealth and poverty of humanity. But this time we won’t be attending the party.
Because it’s not just there, it’s everywhere we’re confronted with facades or images that glorify the capitalist arrogance. Profits from the premade crisis are shamelessely shown despite their systematic use for delinquency and social control
01-04-2011 13:22A week of action to kick BP out of our cultural spaces
31-03-2011 17:00There are reports coming out of Switzerland that a parcel bomb exploded today.
31-03-2011 09:47This year's Earth First Summer Gathering is currently being organised. If anyone would like to run workshops or have discussions around please get in contact. firstname.lastname@example.org
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30-03-2011 19:54Last Saturday up to 500,000 people joined the TUC's March for the Alternative. Many hundreds, if not thousands, of other people protested against the Con-Dem cuts in different, spikier, ways. Here's my story and reflections.
30-03-2011 16:48War Resisters' International received information that detained Egyptian pacifist and conscientious objector will be tried at a military court tomorrow, 31 March, at 10am Cairo time, on charges of "insulting the military" and "obstructing public security". He was detained on 28 March late in the evening, and has been under investigation since (see co-alert, 30 March 2011, http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2011/03/477036.html).
Millions are set to be affected by savage cuts to housing, disability, sickness and welfare benefits. People with disabilities, illness, the unemployed, single parents, carers the low waged, part time students, volunteers, homeless people and college students are all likely to see a devastating drop in disposable income with many slipping even further below the poverty line.