wilts / corporations / news report Thursday July 05, 2012 23:36 by BARF 1 comment (last - friday july 06, 2012 08:45)
wilts / local government / event notice Sunday April 29, 2012 12:22 by Bristol Traveller Solidarity Network
wilts / protests / news report Tuesday May 24, 2011 14:48 by Anti nazi 4 comments (last - thursday may 26, 2011 12:05)
wilts / sport / news report Wednesday May 11, 2011 21:09 by Grumpy Bootboy 3 comments (last - friday may 13, 2011 13:19)
This is what his boss said after the original trial:
In a statement before the sentencing, Wiltshire police's assistant chief constable Patrick Geenty said: "We are very concerned when anyone is injured in our custody and the court has decided that this injury was as a result of a criminal assault by Sergeant Mark Andrews, a member of Wiltshire police who was performing duty as a custody sergeant at the time.
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wilts / peace / news report Thursday November 04, 2010 16:11 by Sky spy 8 comments (last - friday november 05, 2010 15:07) 3 images
Safety inquiries have been carried out after two separate incidents when unmanned military drones were almost in an aerial collision with helicopters over Salisbury Plain. read full story / add a comment
wilts / miscellaneous / press release Thursday October 28, 2010 14:55 by CW 6 comments (last - thursday november 04, 2010 12:32) 2 images
Margaret Thatcher - not dead yet
Illness: Margaret Thatcher's spokesman confirmed today that she was making good progress but not expected to leave hospital in the next few days.
The unpopular ex-prime minister was admitted to the private Cromwell Hospital, in west London, on October 18 after failing to recover from a bout of flu.
She was forced to pull out of a Downing Street reception to mark her 85th birthday the previous week due to illness.
For those of you who may have been too busy fighting the Tories as they put the ‘N’ back into CUTS, you may be interested to hear what is happening to the much hated children’s milk snatcher. She’s about to die.
The maggots are drawing lots over who’s gonna have the sickening job of
chewing on its rotting flesh. Well we won’t have to wait too much longer now.
There will be a party in Trafalgar square to celebrate the end of this evil witches’ life.
There are many reasons why people will turn out to piss on its grave and a few of them are listed below.
Speaking for myself, one of the events that got me politicized was the way the pigs behaved towards children, women and men at what has become known as the Battle of the Beanfield. This took place when the pigs stopped several hundred members of a peace convoy from setting up the fourteenth Stonehenge free festival, in Wiltshire.
There were between 80 and 120 vehicles, most of them buses and vans that had been converted into living spaces by their owners -- New age travellers, along with several hundred people in the convoy
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wilts / policing / news report Thursday September 09, 2010 13:26 by Anonymous 3 comments (last - saturday september 11, 2010 09:23) 1 image
Sergeant Mark Andrews was caught on CCTV dragging Pamela Somerville, 59, across the floor of Melksham police station before shoving her into the cell. read full story / add a comment
An international greyhound protection group has called for an end to dog racing at Swindon, after learning that four greyhounds were fatally injured in races at the track last month.
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The 11 prison year sentence passed down to BNP bomber Terence Gavan, the ongoing Aryan Strike Force trial, the ructions in Stoke council group and the general election fallout, and the forthcoming EDL demo means continued strife for the BNP and far right groups. read full story / add a comment
A British soldier who refused to return to Afghanistan and then joined an anti-war demonstration has been arrested and could face up to 10 years in prison. In October 2009, Lance Cpl. Joe Glenton, 27, led a protest in London against the continued presence of British troops in Afghanistan. He has been charged with desertion, but now is facing five new offenses for protesting. The new charges could mean a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. read full story / add a comment
Close of consultation period nears for objections to the destruction of countryside in Chippenham's Birds' Marsh area. 'Preferred option' includes plans for a major road and 800 houses. read full story / add a comment
wilts / local government / news report Monday June 22, 2009 11:08 by Concerned taxpayer of Corsham 1 comment (last - monday june 22, 2009 23:18)
Row over BNP man's taxi contract read full story / add a comment
Occasional Cinema - Avoncliff read full story / add a comment
wilts / miscellaneous / event notice Wednesday April 29, 2009 14:20 by Andy Newman 2 comments (last - monday may 11, 2009 21:38)
Saturday 9th May, meet 10:00 am. please pass this on
anti-BNP Leafleting of Corsham. Meet 10:00 am at Corsham Fire Station, Beechfield Road, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 9DN
Organised by Wiltshire Trade Unions. read full story / add a comment
British man Dave Cornthwaite’s nose for adventure has led him to Wiltshire, and a whole new way of getting around. Graphic Designer Cornthwaite, 29, has made headlines in recent years for such acts as pushing a skateboard across Australia and attempting to date 100 women in 100 days, but he now has his eyes on a new adventurer project dubbed The Great Big Paddle. read full story / add a comment
Between 250 and 300 people assembled in Wharf Green in the centre of Swindon yesterday for the largest anti-war protest seen in Swindon since the 2003 invasion of Iraq. read full story / add a comment