8 November 2013 — Our Kingdom
‘Go Home’ texts expose racist, anti-migrant British policy to the world By Les Back and Shamser Sinha
26 October 2013 — Our Kingdom
Last week two London academics exposed a racist government blunder, sparking international embarrassment and a statement from the Prime Minister. A small victory in the jaws of defeat, they say. Here is their report on one week in anti-immigrant times.
How to abolish a free health service, step one By David Cullen
22 October 2013 — Our NHS
The migrant NHS plans are just the first and politically easiest step to ending a ‘free at the point of use’ NHS.
The NHS and dog whistle politics By Kambiz Boomla 15 October 2013
15 October 2013 — Our NHS
The new Immigration Bill introduces hefty charges for migrants to use the NHS. It is a costly, wrong-headed insult to the migrants – like my father – on whom the NHS has always relied.
Welcome to Britain. Go Home. And have a pleasant journey By Les Back and Shamser Sinha
16 October 2013 — Our Kingdom?
The Home Office gave Capita the mobile phone number of a leading civil rights activist. They texted him and told him to Go Home. Landlords, doctors, health visitors, teachers are being enlisted as agents of border control. What’s happening to the character of Britain?
Statewatch News Online, 7 June 2013
7 June 2013 — http://www.statewatch.org/ • e-mail: email@example.com
1. EU: Justice and Home Affairs Council, 6-7 June 2013: Day 1: Justice: Press release
2. EU: NEW DATA PROTECTION REGULATION: European Parliament: Working documents, draft report and amendments
3. UK: ANTI-SURVEILLANCE CAMPAIGNERS TO MARK ORWELL’S ‘1984 ‘PUBLICATION
NATO’s Depraved Disregard for Libyan Civilian Casualties By Glen Ford
21 December 2011 — Black Agenda Report – A Black Agenda Radio commentary
NATO’s outrageous claim that no civilians were killed in the 7-month air war against Libya has been challenged by Russia and, in a very modest way, the New York Times. ‘NATO’s policy of refusing to investigate civilian deaths is evidence on its face of a depraved disregard for civilian lives and the intention to avoid prosecution for crimes against civilians.’ The Times recent concern over Libyan victims of NATO bombing lacks credibility, given its wildly biased reporting of the war. ‘Thousands of black Libyan citizens and African migrant workers are dead at least partially as a result of western media lies.’