New business opportunities: Deportation hostels

[responsivevoice_button] In May 2010, the new coalition government committed to ending

Update on the GM industry in the UK and beyond

[responsivevoice_button] Controversial GM plans that will allow genetically modified crops to

The ‘Organised Irresponsibility’ of GM corporations and a new generation of GM activism.

[responsivevoice_button] Genetically Modified (GM) crops are on the rise within the

Recent resistance to the Olympics along the Lea Valley Canal

[responsivevoice_button] Members of the Counter Olympics Network (CON) have recently been

Cut the crap: The cuts as profit opportunities

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International commodification of ecosystems: in association with ‘Business As Usual’

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U-Turn on Carbon Capture and Storage

[responsivevoice_button] U-Turn on Carbon Capture and Storage The conservative party pledged,

Deportees get new escorts: Reliance

[responsivevoice_button] A multimillion-pound contract to manage ‘detainee escort services’ on behalf

The matrix of the Philippine mining industry

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Bosses step in to protect scab companies as firefighters are hospitalised

[responsivevoice_button] The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) had planned to hold a

A Rough Guide to the Farming Crisis

[responsivevoice_button] Corporate control of the food system ‘There are two hundred

Radioactive waste on Olympics site

[responsivevoice_button] A campaign group watching the Olympic Games in London and

London Olympics and Siemens ‘boost’ East London into a ‘green enterprise district’

[responsivevoice_button] If all the problems with the 2012 Olympics, such as

September 8, 2010 : News in Brief – Resisting

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ArcelorMittal’s Olympic Marketing Monument

[responsivevoice_button] On 24th August, planning permission was granted for the 115m-high