By Assed Baig / @assedbaig
The decision to extradite Talha Ahsan and Babar Ahmad is only one in a long line of subservient decisions that the UK judiciary has taken to please the US.
These two men have languished in prison, without charge, without an end in sight, for 6 and 8 years respectively.Â Â TheirÂ Â families going through a […]
Currently on a UK tour, ‘Fear of a Brown Planet’ has taken the British comedy circuit by storm with its irreverent and lucid take on race, politics and art. Ceasefire’s Adam Elliott-Cooper reviews the show and talks exclusively to FBP’s Aamer Rahman.
Fear of a Brown PlanetÂ is exactly what a typical comedy audience at the Soho […]
From Traveller Solidarity
Date: 19th October 2012 at 1pm
Meeting point: Victoria Station
On October 19th 2011, an eviction operation was launched against the traveller community in Basildon by the local council and supported by national government.
Over 100 people were made homeless, dozens of families. Many still remain with nowhere to go, living next to the road of […]
Demonstration on Friday 21st September 2012 at 5pm
Address: 41 Tower Hill, Fenchurch Street, London EC3N 4SN
Facebook event:Â http://www.facebook.com/events/139741379505609/
Societe Generale’s Corporate Social Responsibility don’t seem to care that one of their goals isÂ “Making sure each person counts”. This policy seems not to apply to those who clean their offices in London.
On 3rd September, the cleaners of Societe […]
Video Via Medialite
An excellent video from The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart eviscerating what in Britain has been called the #RomneyShambles campaign.
As Mitt Romney claims that 47 percent of the US population won’t vote for him as they pay no taxes, Jon Stewart shows a video of Romney’s mother praising the United States for giving welfare […]
Steve Biko was the founder of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa. In 1968 he co-founded the all-black South African Students’ Organization and was elected its first President. The organisation’s message spread from campuses to the general community, and in 1972 Biko helped found the Black People’s Convention. He was arrested many times for […]Read more →
By @JustinTheLibSoc &Â @Mod_Charissa
According to Spin Magazine, Lupe Fiasco has mansplained his way into a terrible mess, he attempted to challenge misogyny in rap only to be attacked for doing in it in misogynistic way. Lupe has denounced Spin for resorting to personal attacks and has launched #BoycottSpinMagazineÂ as a response. Is the charge right or is […]
With August coming to an end and the temperatures dropping from the low 40s C to low 30s C. The northern port city of Thessaloniki shakes off of its summer lethargy as people come back from their annual holidays and the town readies itself for the return of its large student population. However, amidst […]
There is widespread anger over last week’s GCSE results as grades have dropped significantly for the first time in 24 years. Through what the exam boards claim to be ‘actions to curb grade inflation’ , we have seen many students receiving D grades this summer with marks that would have secured them C grades […]
By Zoe Stavri
I went to the Notting Hill Carnival to have fun, a nice day out with friends. Instead, I witnessed some of the most racist police behaviour I have ever seen.
We arrived at about three oâ€™clock, and the police presence felt heavy. Riot vans were parked on every corner, the Territorial Support Group (TSG) […]
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