UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
Wortley Hall, South Yorkshire, Organised by National Women Against Pit Closures, 1st, 2nd & 3rd OCTOBER 2004.
Yoiks! We got away with it... Tally ho for more fox hunts ??
(Not if MP's and those cuddly hunt sabs have anything to do with it...)
25-09-2004 20:17"Millions of jobs are missing in Germany.. This unsocial policy of redistribution from bottom tot he top is pursued by the government and mainstream parties to assure extra profits for the mammoth corporations.. No new jobs will be created. Rather the purchasing power will break down even more and the economic crisis will accelerate. This policy foments fear and uncertainty and strengthens racists and neonazis.."
24-09-2004 19:13The Israeli Tourism Authority has resorted to luring American stars to Israel to boost tourism.
24-09-2004 02:54Building Bridges Radio presents this 29 minutes radio program. TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB LINK BELOW
23-09-2004 16:36Oxford Trades Council 'celebrated' the '84 -5 Miners' Strike, without making any attempt to learn political lessons from that catastrophic defeat for organised labour.
23-09-2004 16:09A Blessing on the Olive Trees! and the people of Palestine!
No Justice. No Peace.
22-09-2004 22:30The Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center is using cultural production as a form of disent against the Israeli Occupation
22-09-2004 19:19Richard Cater walked out of Ipswich magistrate’s court in defiance last week and is refusing to pay the unjust council tax. Richard, who is an 87-year-old veteran of the Dunkirk battle in WWII said: "There are some very hard-up people who can't afford these amounts and if someone doesn't do something, it will get worse and worse. - I'm quite prepared to go to prison. I will not back down because I feel I am in the right."
22-09-2004 15:14Coalition supporters begin a programme of disinformation in the expatriate United Kingdom press.
For those of you who wonder what makes Peter Tatchell 'tick' see the following interview
in The Guardian Sept 22. (Society Section)
22-09-2004 13:26Police express community safety concerns
Manchester police have intervened to secure the cancellation of reggae
superstar Buju Banton's Manchester concert, which was scheduled for
this Thursday 23 September.
22-09-2004 08:12Live-aboard boat-owners on the river Cam are celebrating their new status as an official association.
21-09-2004 13:21Judge slams state over over lack of colleagues
Two people who were arrested in the run-up to the Dublin May Day 2004 weekend had their cases adjourned today (Monday) at the Dublin District Court due to a shortage of judges.
21-09-2004 09:45Squatters in Rose Hill were recently overheard having polite conversation with neighbours and agreeing to live amicably alongside one another.
20-09-2004 17:38"Where are the renegades who refuse to sacrifice the development of the country on the altar of the German export business? Why do unionists only speak about the injustice of this or that measure but not about the adventurous course of the public corporation of Germany?.. The task of political parties will be defending the interests of public welfare against this radicalism.."
20-09-2004 16:05Pavilion tenants at a meeting called at extremely short notice, slammed Pavilion Housing Association for their failings on repairs, maintenance, and failures to deal with anti-social behaviour. Blame for these problems was placed firmly and squarely at the door of Pavilion chief executive Mervyn Jones. Tenants called for Jones to go.