Freedom Columnist Louis Further rounds up some lesser-known happenings on the other side of the Atlantic. Court win shuts down pipelines There was a judicial victory for environmentalists in the middle of last month. A district court judge in Minnesota ruled that he will allow oil pipeline protesters to present a “necessity defence” in response
There's a lot of debate about whether self-diagnosis for autism, ADHD and similar disabilities is valid.
Alienating those we are also imploring to be better, to be involved with the existing structures, is a contradiction in itself.
Freedom republished NetPol's callout in the last few days of responding - by 29 February 2024
Minimum wage cleaners at Amazon warehouses in Enfield and Ipswich are set to ballot for strike action over attempts to cut their paid breaks and bank holiday enhancements.
This morning, activists from Palestine Action returned once again to Staffordshire to inflict a blow to Israel's arms trade by shutting down the factory responsible for making their drone engines.