A selection of some of the key images for 2011 from demonstrations, travel and events.
In anticpation of May 1st, the traditional day for the working class to make some form of protest, April 30th was the opportunity for a number of “anarchists” / anti-capitalists to act out some theatricals in Brighton. The website, and… Read More ›
February 26th was surely going to be the day that the Birmingham people stood up against the draconian spending cuts heralded by the Birmingham City Council. Inspired by the revolutionaries in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya – pens were poised in… Read More ›
Tuition fees set to triple Four protest marches Four riots Thousands of police Mass arrests Serious injuries A new era of violent protest dayX DAY X is a new independently produced book showing the complete story of the student protests… Read More ›
On the day before last years tax is due for payment, the UKUncut organisation staged a series of protests to highlight to the general public that some of our largest enterprises are avoiding tax through sophisticated schemes. Previous articles on… Read More ›
The UKUncut initiative continued with its protests again last Saturday (15th January 2011) with a sit down demonstration outside Vodafone on Oxford Street. This was followed by gatherings outside of British Home Stores, Boots and Top Shop. The numbers that… Read More ›
Fortunately, for us, we have Ed Miliband as the leader of the Opposition who has not let the Coalition Government ( or the Conservative-led government as he likes to call it) get away with the subtle publicity over the VAT… Read More ›
Andrew Clark’s Comment column in today’s Observer- Business highlighted: “…a few suggestions to the movers and shakers in the business world for new years resolutions to make 2011 a little happier, more harmonious and more prosperous” One of those being… Read More ›