Northumberland: Alnwick Community Larder forced to close following ‘vandalism’ allegation

February 21st: Alnwick is a town of around 8,000 people in north Northumberland.

Base and Roses Raise Money for Penally Camp Residents

February 14th: Bristol mutual aid group Base and Roses are raising money for asylum seekers currently housed in Penally Camp in Wales.

Union takes multinational language school to tribunal in case challenging precarious employment

February 10th: The TEFL Workers’ Union (a section of the IWW) has filed for a tribunal to support English language teachers who suffered financial loss as a result of Kaplan International’s use of rolling fixed-term contracts.

Anti-fascism and Migrant Solidarity: Interview with Channel Rescue

February 7th: Last week, a fire broke out at Napier Barracks in Folkestone.

Stansted 15 defendants have their terror convictions quashed

January 29th: The activists who blocked a deportation flight on Stansted Airport in 2017 had their convictions quashed today in the Court of Appeal.

ONGOING: Euston Station HS2 protest camp resist eviction

January 27th: This morning the London end of the ongoing direct action campaign against HS2 received some unwelcome visitors in the form of around a hundred cops, bailiffs and private security guards.

Justice for Mohamud

January 23rd: On 9th of January, Mohamud Mohammed Hassan was murdered by the South Wales Police in Cardiff.

Precarious workers demand campus shutdown and furlough with COVID-19 declared ‘Major Incident’ in London

January 19th: With Covid-19 declared a ‘major incident’ in London, precarious workers are still being compelled to provide cleaning and security services in non-essential buildings, while many doing essential work remain on zero-hours contracts without adequate financial support if they have to self-isolate.

Cops shut down Westminster protest for Mohamud Hassan

January 16th: Yesterday evening officers from the Met’s infamous Territorial Support Group shut down a protest called in memory of Mohamud Mohammed Hassan, a 24 year old black man who died following police contact in Cardiff last Saturday.

New evidence reveals six-year history of UK supplies to Turkish killer drones

January 15th: Adair Ltd announced this week it has ceased supplies of fuel components to the Turkish company Baykar Makina after discovering these had been used on armed drones sent to Azerbaijan.