Resistance against Shell continues in Rossport

About 150 people travelled to County Mayo, Ireland, last weekend for

No Angel at Celebrating Sanctuary this year

The Angel Group, the UK’s biggest private asylum accommodation provider, has

Blacklisting workers in the construction industry

Trade union members and other ‘troublemakers’ in the UK have been

Lancaster residents fight against unsustainable shopping mall

Residents of Lancaster continue to fight plans to ‘regenerate’ their city

Direct Action Against Israel, Part 2

Last month Corporate Watch looked at the private companies in the

Flying people to torture and death

A Brighton family was forcibly deported to Algeria last week on

New immigration prison to open at Gatwick this spring

The new immigration detention centre at Gatwick airport will not be

Expanded detention facility reopened at Manchester airport

A refurbished and expanded detention facility to hold people arrested on

Protests force E.ON to abandon university recruitment tour

A wave of anti-coal protests by students and environmental activists at

Whose agenda do reports of ‘eco-terrorism’ serve?

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Franco-British charter flights to deport Afghan refugees

Thousands of Afghan refugees who have been denied asylum in France

Modern Autoreduction? Financial protests continue

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside The Stock Exchange in the City

Shell ‘wins’ Iraq gas contract

Oil giant Shell has recently won the Big Oil race to

Police condone covert Internet surveillance

The City of London police have recently dropped their inquiries into

IDentity politics: new biometric cards for foreign nationals

The Home Office has introduced new biometric ID cards for two