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#CoronaCapitalism: Riots, resistance and releases – the Coronavirus and the prison industrial complex

The Corona virus is creating huge ruptures in the prison industrial

Understanding #CoronaCapitalism

How are corporations and capitalism responding to the corona crisis? How

#CoronaCapitalism: companies cashing in part 2 — Airline bailouts, Travelodge, Blackstone, Goldman Sachs, Wren Kitchens …

Here’s a second news round-up of some corporate corona crisis activity,

Corona Capitalism: some of the companies cashing in on the crisis, from Bezos to Big Pharma ..

Big Pharma; Crispin Odey; Amazon; Deliveroo; Balfour Beatty; Britannia Hotels; Marshall

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Wreckers of the Earth: a map of ecocidal capitalism in London

“The earth is not dying, it is being killed, and those

Wreckers of the Earth: London company directory

Our new “Wreckers of the Earth” map of London identifies planet-killing

Oasis: The Evangelical Christians opening a children’s prison

Content warning: child abuse, sexual abuse, rape, violence, transphobia The government

The role of British universities in supporting Israel’s demolitions of Palestinian Homes

By Tom Anderson Palestinians are calling for people internationally to take

Check Point Software: Ex-Israeli military spooks profiting from the cyber-security industry

By Eliza Egret and Tom Anderson Check Point Software Technologies sells

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British government funding for Nigerian deportation prison scrapped

Last year, Corporate Watch reported on the British Government’s plans to

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eCourier paying millions out to owner Royal Mail while denying workers ‘basic employment rights’

With couriers at the delivery firm eCourier set to strike next

Save Greek Seas: fighting the oil companies’ plans to devastate the Mediterranean

If governments and corporations get their way, the bright blue seas