Modern Autoreduction? Financial protests continue

[responsivevoice_button] Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside The Stock Exchange in the

Shell ‘wins’ Iraq gas contract

[responsivevoice_button] Oil giant Shell has recently won the Big Oil race

Police condone covert Internet surveillance

[responsivevoice_button] The City of London police have recently dropped their inquiries

IDentity politics: new biometric cards for foreign nationals

[responsivevoice_button] The Home Office has introduced new biometric ID cards for

Rossport solidarity protest at the Irish consulate in Cardiff

[responsivevoice_button] About 12 climate activists occupied the Irish consulate in Cardiff

Shell under Siege in Mayo

[responsivevoice_button] Shell’s attempts to begin laying a deepwater gas pipeline in

Top scientist blames hunger in Africa on anti-GM, not corporate pillage!

[responsivevoice_button] The government’s ex-chief scientific adviser has accused anti-GM campaigners of

Migrants exploited for cheap labour… even in prison

[responsivevoice_button] Detainees at the Campsfield House immigration prison in Oxfordshire are

Google’s new spy

[responsivevoice_button] Users of Google’s newly released Internet browser, Chrome, were shocked

Cracking the Contracts

[responsivevoice_button] In January 2003 Middle Eastern Peace Envoy Tony Blair, then

Newsletter 38 : The Selling of Organic

 [responsivevoice_button]   Organic farms have historically been small, family-run mixed farms

Corporate Carve Up: UK Companies In Iraq : Iraq wasn’t sold in a day

 [responsivevoice_button] How UK government and industry groups facilitate the corporate occupation.

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 [responsivevoice_button] Corporate Carve Up: UK Companies in Iraq – Top Ten


 [responsivevoice_button] Nanotechnology: What it is, and how corporations are using it

April 25, 2007 : News in Brief

 [responsivevoice_button]SWEDISH SECURITY FIRMS BANNED FROM IRAQ In a blow to the