Come along this Thursday 24 February to the first of the Counterfire Lectures. Elaine Graham-Leigh will be speaking on Climate Crisis: capitalism and environmental catastrophe.
February 22, 2011
Written by Dan Poulton
It wasn't to be the day after all. Expectations in Egypt were high ahead of Mubarak's appearance on state TV, but his speech brought only disappointment and anger.
February 10, 2011
Written by Peter Stauber
John Pilger and postal workers union leader Billy Hayes are the latest to back the campaign to defend a student activist targeted by the Metropolitan police.
January 23, 2011
Written by Adam Frew
In a peaceful vigil, 1,417 candles were lit to remember the 1,417 lives that were extinguished by Israeli bombs and missiles during the Gaza massacre.
Protesters gathered outside the Chilcot inquiry to demand Tony Blair should be brought to account and the truth about the corrupt and crooked way we were taken to war exposed. However the only grilling he got was from the mother of a soldier killed in the war.
January 22, 2011
Written by Chris Nineham
Tony Benn, Lowkey and Jody McIntyre were the speakers at PSC event to commemorate Israel's war on Gaza, 2 years on.
January 21, 2011
Written by Sternchen
Students are marching in central London and in other towns and cities across Britain to protest against plans to scrap the Education Maintenance Allowance.
Police and college security were today filmed assaulting students in peaceful occupation at Birmingham University - this account is taken from the Stop Fees Stop Cuts Birmingham University website.
January 19, 2011
Written by Birmingham Uni Occupation
Students expressed alarm that anti-terrorism police from Scotland Yard this week asked 20 London colleges for information about potential protesters.
Birmingham students have occupied the maths-physics bridge to protest against threatened redundancies and department cuts. Here is their occupation statement.
Student protesters interrupt Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt at the London School of Economics Future of Media Policy discussion on Wednesday 12 January 2011
Gunfire was heard in Tunis today as the mobilization of the Tunisian people continued to shake the pillars of the authoritarian regime of Ben Ali - which appears increasingly fragile.
January 13, 2011
Written by Joseph Daher