Grassroots Resistance against new coal-fired power station in Turkey

[responsivevoice_button] There is something going on in Gerze, a little village

British Gas HQ occupied over fuel poverty

[responsivevoice_button] On 30th January 2012 activists from Fuel Poverty Action occupied

New campaign against G4S asylum accommodation Yorkshire

[responsivevoice_button] A new campaign has been started in Yorkshire in opposition

Profiting from ‘peanuts’: the DFID’s new plans in India

 [responsivevoice_button] There has been a predictably indignant reaction to the news

Tar sands latest

[responsivevoice_button] The Keystone XL Pipeline in the US is delayed in

Charitable exploitation: workfare in Barnardo’s

[responsivevoice_button] It’s not only multinationals that are benefiting from the free

Battle over fracking continues

[responsivevoice_button] A new report has found that exploiting shale gas reserves

Asylum seekers to be housed by prison guards

[responsivevoice_button] The UK Border Agency has announced that its preferred bidders

Under the microscope: pathology gets the Serco treatment

[responsivevoice_button] GSTS Pathology, the joint venture between Serco, ‘the biggest company

The new trend of biomass plantations in Brazil: tree monocultures

[responsivevoice_button] Winnie Overbeek from the World Rainforest Movement (WRM) reports for

Resistance to fracking gains momentum

[responsivevoice_button] Last week saw a number of significant events in the

‘It’s exploitation and it’s repellent’: Retailers, councils and charities benefiting from workfare

[responsivevoice_button] TK Maxx, Wilkinsons, Savers and Matalan have been named as

Compulsory O2 mobiles for Yarl’s Wood detainees

[responsivevoice_button] New detainees arriving at Yarl’s Wood immigration prison, run by

Serco accused of negligence and assault in Australia

[responsivevoice_button] Events in Australia over the last month have shown outsourcing

Resistance against tar sands and Keystone XL pipeline growing stronger

[responsivevoice_button] In the two weeks up to 3rd September, 1,253 people