Category Archives: News
Saturday May 19th 3pm at Lucas Arms, Gray’s Inn Road, London , Nearest tube King’s Cross. On the 140th Anniversary of the Founding of the Anti-Authoritarian International in St Imier Switzerland This year marks the 140th anniversary of the founding of the Anti-Authoritarian International . Following moves by Marx and his followers to expell two [...]
An important high court case is currently being decided upon that will, whatever the outcome, have a massive impact on radicals and anarchists, especially those who play an active role in putting their politics into practice.
Stoke Newington, 2 April 1934-Lewisham Hospital, 21 March 2012 – printer, bookseller, anti-war activist and life-long anarcho-syndicalist John Brailey, SOGAT rank-and-file militant (with fellow anarchist Albert Meltzer) and anti-war activist, worked for many years as a printer in Fleet Street until the mid-1980s when the newspaper print industry moved to Wapping, after which he became [...]
FITwatch public meeting • Report back from police tactics at the NHS demonstration FITwatch: The Open Public Meeting Sunday 25th March • 1pm London Action Resource Centre (LARC) 62 Fieldgate Street Whitechapel London E1 1ES MAP
//UPDATE from the House of Lords Debate// SQUASH, Squatters Action for Secure Homes, has produced a damning report into the true cost of criminalising squatting. The campaign group has collected and analysed information regarding the current housing crisis, empty properties and squatting in order to assess the financial implications of criminalising squatting in England and [...]
March 15th saw a solidarity demonstration outside the Bulgarian Embassy, London in support of Jock Palfreeman, the anti-fascist who is serving a 20 year sentence for defending himself and others from a neo-Nazi attack in Sofia.
The Met police have had a High Court ruling against them overturned paving the way for more violent mass kettling of people during demonstrations. The ruling by the Court of Appeal reverses a prior decision that said the police acted unlawfully against climate protesters who set up camp outside European Climate Exchange in the City [...]
Austerity measures force women into greater hardship March 8th is International Women’s Day, traditionally a day dedicated to celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women across the world. Throughout the month thousands of events and activities are being organised to express solidarity with women fighting for equal rights and recognition, and to highlight [...]
Over a thousand female employees have finally won their seven year battle with Sunderland City Council against the local authorities policy of paying women less than men for jobs of equivalent value. Their claim was based on a disparity in pay bonuses between male-dominated jobs such as street sweepers, gardeners and security guards, and female-dominated [...]
Largest online protest in history The world wide web saw its first ever co-ordinated ‘content strike’ on January 18th in support of freedom of information and expression, as the US government seeks to introduce greater regulations to monitor and control online content.