THE British government is funding and training Ethiopian forces suspected of kidnapping a British citizen, rights group Reprieve said yesterday.
A freedom of information request made by the group has revealed that £1 million of public funds were given to the east African...
Tuesday 22nd Mar 2016
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Monday 21st Mar 2016
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Elias Apetsi detained just hours after NUS election
REFUGEES told of their fear of being attacked on the streets at the weekend’s anti-racism protest, which brought tens of thousands onto the streets of London, Glasgow and Cardiff.
In Trafalgar Square, young Muslim women shared their stories of fleeing across Europe to escape...
STUDENT activists set out a life-sized board game “with a student twist” in Westminster yesterday to highlight the financial strain the Tories have placed graduates under.
On the first of three days of direct action, their interactive protest allowed passers-by to...
Thursday 17th Mar 2016
Feminist campaigners block entrance to Treasury in protest
Tuesday 15th Mar 2016
AN EAST Londoner has served his council yesterday with a notice legally objecting to the authority’s “irrational” bank borrowing.
Angus McNelly requested a High Court declaration that the London Borough of Tower Hamlets went against constituents’ interests by...
Politicians join demo to stop cruel Bill
Monday 14th Mar 2016
TUC pledges national demonstration support after hearing sex-for-rent and eviction atrocities
Saturday 12th Mar 2016
TRADE UNION activists stood in solidarity yesterday with the family of a black woman who died in prison, promising to help in their search for the truth.
Delegates to this year’s TUC Women’s Conference unanimously decided to rally behind the Justice for Sarah Reed...