08 November 2011
There are now at least 15 occupations underway across Britain—in Bath, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, the Isle of Wight, London Stock Exchange, London Finsbury Square, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Plymouth and Sheffield.
01 November 2011
The campaign to halt privatisation of council services in Edinburgh scored a major victory on Thursday of last week.
17 September 2011
Students are occupying Edinburgh university against tuition fees.
13 September 2011
The Scottish Defence League (SDL)—an offshoot of the racist EDL—was run out of Edinburgh last Saturday by a counter-protest of around 400 people organised by Unite Against Fascism (UAF).
06 September 2011
Edinburgh councillors have voted for the delayed tram link from Edinburgh Airport to St Andrews Square to go ahead. This is despite the rocketing costs paid to private contractor Bilfinger Berger.
23 August 2011
Campaigners in Edinburgh have won a victory in the fight against the proposed largest privatisation of council services in the city’s history.
16 August 2011
Now playing as part of the Edinburgh Festival, Dust imagines a day in 2011 when Margaret Thatcher has died.
10 May 2011
The third national week of action against Atos got off to a flying start in Edinburgh on Monday.
22 March 2011
17 March 2011
Around 50 students have occupied the human resources building in Edinburgh university in solidarity with striking lecturers.
01 March 2011
Lecturers at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh began boycotting a new performance appraisal scheme on Monday of this week.
08 February 2011
Workers at bed workshop Blindcraft in Edinburgh have voted overwhelmingly to reject a proposal for a three-day week.
30 October 2010
We have reports of protests in Sheffield and Edinburgh, as well as those listed below. Protesters held picnics outside several stores.
26 October 2010
Anger at the Tories’ vicious assault on our services and jobs erupted onto the streets last Saturday as tens of thousands protested across the country—from Edinburgh to Bristol.
23 October 2010
Over 25,000 trade unionists, campaigners, pensioners, students and disabled and unemployed people took to the streets in Edinburgh today against the cuts.
24 August 2010
Environmental activists descended on the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in Edinburgh on Thursday of last week.
17 August 2010
Chance for climate movement to shine
17 August 2010
The annual Climate Camp starts in Edinburgh this week. It will attract thousands of activists to protest at the destruction of our planet.
27 July 2010
The NHS will pay a total of £1.26 billion for the privately-built Edinburgh Royal Infirmary—but not own it.
13 July 2010
NHS Lothian, which includes Edinburgh, is planning £31 million in cuts.