In 1988 when Nagorno-Karabakh (NK) said “No!” to the “relationship” with the Azerbaijan SSR there were no discussions, no understanding – just aggression, violence and war. Perpetrators of domestic violence do not like to be told “No”. When the violence… Read More ›
A selection of some of the key images for 2011 from demonstrations, travel and events.
The EDL had their first significant event outside of the capital since Tower Hamlets in early September right in the heart of the Midlands. They visited here a few years ago in the very early days and were subjected to… Read More ›
The full story of Breivik and his mission to save Norway from its multicultural future is yet to be fully understood. The Norwegian courts thwarted his plan to tell the country of his grand vision in the full glory of… Read More ›
Five months after the Coalition’s Comprehensive Spending Review, the student fees actions, and a plethora of minor cuts demos, came the much billed major one by the TUC. After the impact and opportunity of the violence transacted in the name… 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 ›