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24/09/2014   'Corrupt' British Oil Firm endangers Virunga Gorillas

photo by Lukas Spiekerphoto by Lukas SpiekerA film due out in November shows Soco International making illegal payments to DRC rebels and a local MP for lobbying in its favour. HRW claim fishermen, activists and park rangers oppposing oil exploration in the National Park have been badly beaten. But Soco has contracted libel lawyers Schillings and Bell Pottinger to silence the media.

03/09/2014   Badgers to be killed in Gloucestershire and Somerset

Photo: Melissa HarrisonPhoto: Melissa Harrison“Sentient animals slaughtered for a policy that simply will not work” says Badger Trust CEO Dominic Dyer on the badger cull being renewed despite a high court challenge that has every possibility of declaring it unlawful. Join the campaign against the cull.

29/08/2014   Mass protest at NATO war summit

Wales could see its biggest protests in a generation as 60 world leaders meet at the Celtic Manor in Newport for the NATO summit on 4-5 September to plan new wars. Thousands of anti-war campaigners have opened a camp at Tredegar Park.

Upcoming events

3 Oct 14

Speakers include: Jeremy Corbyn MP • national chair of Stop the War Coalition • Bruce Kent CND • Frances Beckett author • Lisa Jardine historian • Pat Devine radical economist • Hilary Tyrrell Oxfam • Pavel Seifter former Czech Ambassador to Britain • Danny Braverman actor


Message from Hetty Bower's daughters, Celia Bower and Margie Dolan, and her f

4 Oct 14
Come and discuss how we can both tackle climate change and improve our quality
of life. Part of the event will involve tours of cutting-edge eco-homes and
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- The case for urgent and radical carbon emission reductions
Dr Maria Sharmina, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of
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- How can we live well within natural limits?
4 Oct 14

Parliament has voted for the third Iraq War. The last two have brought almost unimaginable suffering to the people of Iraq and have helped to create the current chaos, driving the country to the brink of break up.

They claim this is a humanitarian operation to defeat Isis. In fact, Isis is backed by various middle east powers and a new aerial bombardment will not defeat it. It will however, kill innocents, further fragment the country and inflame violence.

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