23 November, 2012 - 18:08
War on WantJoin the War on Want and CAAT campaign for an immediate two-way arms embargo to stop the UK arming Israel. Support Oxfam in calling on the UK Government to use its influence to lift the blockade on Gaza.
9 November, 2012 - 16:53
Woodland Trust needs £1m in government funding to bypass EU delays in creating a project to monitor and protect the UK’s trees and woods from further devastation by disease.
19 October, 2012 - 17:04
After the death of 45 sheep Thanet Council’s ban on animal exports at Ramsgate, opposed by the NFU, has been overturned by the High Court acting for 3 Dutch companies. Live exports have ceased at Ipswich but they may resume or find an alternative port.
29 September, 2012 - 11:49
EU aid increasingly focused on the poorest people and countries has been attacked by the UK press and described as “farcical” by Tory Eurosceptic Dominic Raab. Fight back with campaigners ONE.org.
7 September, 2012 - 15:30
Although a 10 year study concluded that “badger culling can make no meaningful contribution to cattle TB control”, the government plans to license the shooting of thousands of badgers. Keeping culling locations secret will risk night-shooting fatalities, against all professional safety advice.
24 August, 2012 - 17:54
Hold the government to account on its promise to repay Lottery money “diverted” to pay for the London Olympics. Thousands of charities lost funding and won’t see it back for up to 25 years.
17 August, 2012 - 18:47
Sponsoring the Paralympics are the DWP’s disabled benefit slashers ATOS. Support DPAC’s 5 days of protest against the government contractor that is wrecking disabled peoples’ lives for £110m a year.
24 July, 2012 - 13:38
Ofcom are consulting on a new version of the Digital Economy Act’s ‘Initial Obligations Code’. But Ofcom and the Government have refused to create an exception for wifi providers. This could stifle wifi provision and target individuals unfairly. Now is your chance to tell them why the DEA is still bad news.
18 July, 2012 - 15:27
Photo: Claire Butler 29/10/11Crying out that he couldn’t breathe, Jimmy Mubenga died being “restrained” by G4S guards on a forced repatriation flight from Heathrow.
29 June, 2012 - 18:08
Now that all 5 committees of MEPs have rejected ACTA the likelihood is that the July 4 full plenary vote will kill it off. But now the secretive, multi-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement threatens the future of the internet’s global infrastructure. 

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