AN ARMY logistics failure led to the unlawful killing of a British soldier in a roadside bomb attack in Iraq, a coroner ruled today.
ANTI-WAR activists were setting up an "illegal" camp in central London today, to protest about Government policy in the Middle East.
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A GRIEVING mother who became the face of the anti-war movement in the United States has given up her three-year campaign, saying that it has cost her her marriage, health, savings, and faith in the American public and politicians.
LABOUR'S deputy leadership hopefuls went head-to-head in front of their voters for the first time yesterday.
FORMER Linlithgow MP Tam Dalyell has backed a campaign to force the BBC to screen the controversial war film Tumbledown.
THE anti-war demonstrator Brian Haw yesterday won his latest legal battle to maintain a long-running protest outside the Houses of Parliament.
PROTESTERS organising an anti-Guantanamo Bay demonstration outside the US Consulate in Regent Terrace today said American citizens were welcome to attend.
FIVE anti-war protesters were yesterday cleared of storming a US military plane after the court case against them collapsed.
TWELVE women were arrested yesterday outside a naval base at the start of a year-long blockade. About 60 all-female demonstrators took part in the protest at the main gate of the Faslane nuclear submarine base.
CAMPAIGNERS were building a "flat-pack" attack helicopter on the banks of the River Thames today as they launched a report on alleged loopholes in arms controls.
TONY Blair unveiled a statue of Harold Wilson yesterday and paid tribute to him as "the first modern prime minister".
BRIAN Haw, an anti-war protester, yesterday pledged to mount a fast after police virtually cleared his long-running demonstration from outside the House of Commons.
THE Government today won an appeal against a legal ruling which allowed anti-war protester Brian Haw to continue his long-running vigil outside Parliament.
CAMPAIGNERS concerned about the threat of military action against Iran are to hold a day of action in the Capital.
AN RAF doctor facing a court-martial for refusing a posting to Iraq said yesterday he believed the United States to be the moral equivalent of Nazi Germany.
A PUBLIC meeting to discuss ways of stopping the possibility of war in Iran is to take place in the Capital later this month.
AN RAF doctor being court-martialled for refusing to serve in Iraq was rebuked by a judge yesterday for attempting to use the case to "grandstand" his ideas against the war.
TWO grannies have been arrested under Britain's latest anti-terror law.
ANTI-WAR activists yesterday demonstrated outside the BBC headquarters in Scotland to protest at alleged "pro-government bias" in the corporation's reporting of the Iraq conflict.
AMERICAN Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was booed by protesters today as she paid a visit to a school in Blackburn.