UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
05-11-2004 18:37Peace activist Ray Davies went to prison for 28 days today, for principled refusal to pay anti-nuclear peace fines.
A 25 y.o gayman was stabbed on aLondon nightbus 4/5Nov.
05-11-2004 11:35Samba Band Rhythms of Resistance Plays in Support of Protesting Laing
O'Rourke Workers! Management forced to allow union reps on site.
05-11-2004 11:24A vigil for murder Sierra Leone lesbian murder victim FannyAnn Eddy is to be held in London next Tuesday evening.
05-11-2004 11:07A vigil and parade in memory of gay murder victim (and soho bomb survivor) David Morley
takes place TONIGHT. Bring flower(s) and candle(s) ONLY.
05-11-2004 10:18A PROTEST SO BIG YOU COULD SEE IT FROM SPACE!!!
04-11-2004 20:11It was reported some time ago on this IMC that the ASCII computer collective in Amsterdam was evicted last month. (The eviction was broadcast from the inside, via a webcam, but anyway.) The good news is that the boys and girls are reopening this weekend, in a newly squatted building in the Wibautstraat, A*dam.
04-11-2004 18:34reaction to the election
activists activate now
peace movement uk election strategy discussion
live music: the rub
04-11-2004 17:51Kent Grren party backs gay demo against Kent County Council `13 November.
04-11-2004 16:16Cases of persons on benefit who needed an account to comply with the governments requirements to get all persons on benefit onto direct payment. An account and a debit card that could not accidently get into the red and attract unsolicited charges was requested. The card did not live up to the promises of Abbey and allowed the person to go into the red by £40 attracting over £220, (three weeks benefit>0
04-11-2004 15:07Following the demo outside Forest Bank prison, some good news!
04-11-2004 14:23Action organized in Oxford by Oxford PSC
Jamaican hatesinger Sizzla has been refused a visa to tour the UK. All concerts cancelled.
04-11-2004 09:12On October 8, 1994 the biggest gold heist in history occurred
03-11-2004 21:59In São Paulo, the biggest city in South America, 3000 homeless people squat buildings simultaneously across the city. The homeless movement (sem teto) in Brazil is a big and growing movement because of the desperation and housing crisis. These actions are risky because the police are very violent. The police can evict without a court order in the first 48 hours only so the occupation needs to be very well organised.
03-11-2004 16:49Mad Pride are proud to release our fourth CD - the artist DJ Unfit For Work - the debut album - "still alive LAMF".