Freedom introduces its new column from our Serbian correspondent: In the city of Novi Sad, Serbia, the pedestal to a planned monument to victims of World War II violence stands bare and surrounded by wooden pallets. The site was intended to commemorate the “innocent victims” of violence in 1944 and ‘45, when communist Yugoslav partisans
Activists from Palestine Action occupied the Manchester offices of Bank of New York (BNY) Mellon, which invests over £10million in Israel’s most prominent weapons firm, Elbit Systems.
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.