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Victory as the military are kicked off North London campus

09 September 2008
Activists at the College of North East London (Conel) in Tottenham won a major victory last week when they kicked the military off their campus.

Meetings mobilise for Manchester anti-war demonstration

09 September 2008
Support is growing for next weekend’s anti-war demonstration outside the Labour Party conference in Manchester.

Support grows for Stop the War protest in Manchester

26 August 2008
There has been a sudden burst of interest in the Saturday 20 September anti-war demonstration at the Labour Party conference in Manchester.

Demonstrate against the war at Labour Party conference

05 August 2008
The Stop the War Coalition has called a national demonstration at the Labour Party conference in Manchester on 20 September to protest against the continuing occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Demonstrators defy the police to protest against George Bush’s visit

17 June 2008
The real aim of George Bush’s visit to Britain became clear on Monday when Gordon Brown announced more British troops for Afghanistan and "further sanctions" on Iran.

Photos of the anti-Bush protest on 15 June, 2008

17 June 2008

Vibrant London demonstration against George Bush attacked by police

16 June 2008
More than 2,500 anti-war protesters descended on parliament yesterday Sunday for an angry protest at the visit of warmongering mass murderer, US president George Bush.

Protesters will defy ban on anti-Bush demo on Sunday 15 June

11 June 2008
Socialist Worker is calling on anti-war activists to defy a police ban on the George Bush Not Welcome Here demonstration.

Speaking out against Islamophobia in Manchester

10 June 2008
"When I was arrested at first I thought it was a joke. Then I realised – I’m a Muslim, I had the Al Qaida training manual on my computer, I could be locked up and disappear into Belmarsh or anywhere."

Tell George Bush: ‘Go to hell!’

10 June 2008
War criminal George Bush is coming to Britain as part of his "farewell tour" of Europe. And he brings with him plans for a new war on Iran and demands for more sacrifice in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Armed forces day is an insult to intelligence

20 May 2008
A Saturday at the end of every June will see armies parade through the streets, showing off their military might. Sporting events on the day will acquire a "military flavour".

Cardiff Stop the War protests against military base plans

29 April 2008
Around 200 activists gathered in Cardiff last Saturday to protest against the development of a £14 billion military base in South Wales.

Stop the War mounts 'wall of sound' against Tony Blair

08 April 2008
Over 500 protesters turned out against Tony Blair when he spoke about "faith and globalisation" at London's Westminster Cathedral on the evening of Thursday of last week.

Wall of sound demonstration to silence Tony Blair this Thursday

02 April 2008
The Stop the War Coalition is asking as many people as possible to help create a wall of sound to accompany Tony Blair as he gives a lecture on Faith and Globalisation at Westminster Cathedral in London on Thursday 3 April.

Anti-war marches: who goes and why

25 March 2008
The media has recently been marking the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq – and of the massive anti-war demonstrations that preceded it. One minor hobby horse throughout the coverage has been the supposed dwindling of the anti-war movement since then.

Video of Oliur Rahman interviewed on World Against War demo in London, 15 March

22 March 2008
Councillor Oliur Rahman, Left List Candidate for the GLA elections, interviewed at the World Against War demonstration in central London on Saturday 15 March 2008.

Movement marches to stop spiralling war

18 March 2008
In the days leading up to the invasion of Iraq five years ago, while much of the media was banging the drums of war, the anti-war movement warned of coming catastrophe.

Anti-war student sabbatical suspended at University College London

18 March 2008
Students and anti-war campaigners across the country are rallying to defend the student union at University College London (UCL) from an astonishing attack on democracy.

Protests are still strong five years after the invasion of Iraq

18 March 2008
The 40,000-strong London demonstration began with a rally that filled Trafalgar Square.

Photo of the World Against War demo on 15 March in London

18 March 2008


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