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Today, as feared, Ian Tomlinson's killer PC Simon Harwood walked free from court. Public pressure after the coroner's enquiry into Ian's death returned a verdict of unlawful killing forced the trial to go ahead. SchNEWS has to wonder whether the Crown Prosecution Service really put their best foot forward on this one. Meanwhile Ian's family are now considering a a civil prosecution.
Here's what SchNEWS had to say before charges were brought - we stand by it
More updates from Calais No Borders Network
In solidarity with 235 Sussex University workers whose jobs are threatened with privatisation, protesters from around the country converge on Sussex University's campus (alread site of an ongoing occupation), invade management HQ and make a bonfire out of corporate files.
A staggering five convictions out of the Met Police's largest ever mass arrest during the Olympic Opening Ceremony.
Despite reports from pro-Israel newspapers to the contrary, race war is not about to break out in front of Brighton's crappiest fizzy drinks seller.
Following evidence of cruelty against migrants submitted by solidarity activists, French police are under scrutiny from Defender of Rights.
For 25 years Golden Dawn were a marginal group that for the most attacked small left-wing and anarchist groups and sometimes would also go for immigrants. Until a few years ago they never measured more than 200 members. Up until recently they had one office. Now? They have forty-eight.
Murky goings on as Sussex fox-hunt fronted by ex-policeman attacks monitors and flouts the law.
Activists and friends pull out all the stops to prevent UKBA sending family to persecution in Egypt.