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Activist's Diary - Defend WikiLeaks & TUC Demo Against Cuts

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Two Events to put in your Diary!
Public Rally: Defend Wikileaks
Monday 7 February • 7.00pm
Conway Hall • 25 Red Lion Square
London WC1R 4RL
Speakers:
Tariq Ali • Jemima Khan • Tony Benn • Joe Glenton












TUC National Demonstration Against Cuts
Supported by Stop the War Coalition 26 March 11am. Assemble Embankment London. March to Hyde Park










Activist's Diary - Defend WikiLeaks & TUC Demo Against Cuts

Image
Two Events to put in your Diary!
Public Rally: Defend Wikileaks
Monday 7 February • 7.00pm
Conway Hall • 25 Red Lion Square
London WC1R 4RL
Speakers:
Tariq Ali • Jemima Khan • Tony Benn • Joe Glenton












TUC National Demonstration Against Cuts
Supported by Stop the War Coalition 26 March 11am. Assemble Embankment London. March to Hyde Park










Activist's Diary - Defend WikiLeaks & TUC Demo Against Cuts

Image
Two Events to put in your Diary!
Public Rally: Defend Wikileaks
Monday 7 February • 7.00pm
Conway Hall • 25 Red Lion Square
London WC1R 4RL
Speakers:
Tariq Ali • Jemima Khan • Tony Benn • Joe Glenton












TUC National Demonstration Against Cuts
Supported by Stop the War Coalition 26 March 11am. Assemble Embankment London. March to Hyde Park










Jack Straw tells Chilcott Inquiry of rejection of UK Forces Invasion of Iraq

BRITISH troops did not need to go into traq, Jack Straw told the Chilcot inquiry yesterday.

On the last day of the public inquiry into the war, the former foreign secre¬tary said he told Tony Blair that British troops could stay out of the conflict.
Mr Straw said a 'perfectly straightfor¬ward alternative' to war was to help with any post-war effort along with the Spanish and Italian forces.

He repeatedly warned Mr Blair that a policy of regime change would be `palpably illegal'.
`I made that point in quite categorical terms to the prime minister on more than one occasion,' Mr Straw said.
`I came at this issue from a different perspective to the prime minister. How¬ever, I ended up at the same point as the prime minister — let me make that clear — and backed the position that he and the cabinet and the House of Commons made to take military action,'

He ended by saying: 'I want to express my deep sorrow for the loss of life in this conflict — notwithstanding the fact t…

Jack Straw tells Chilcott Inquiry of rejection of UK Forces Invasion of Iraq

BRITISH troops did not need to go into traq, Jack Straw told the Chilcot inquiry yesterday.

On the last day of the public inquiry into the war, the former foreign secre¬tary said he told Tony Blair that British troops could stay out of the conflict.
Mr Straw said a 'perfectly straightfor¬ward alternative' to war was to help with any post-war effort along with the Spanish and Italian forces.

He repeatedly warned Mr Blair that a policy of regime change would be `palpably illegal'.
`I made that point in quite categorical terms to the prime minister on more than one occasion,' Mr Straw said.
`I came at this issue from a different perspective to the prime minister. How¬ever, I ended up at the same point as the prime minister — let me make that clear — and backed the position that he and the cabinet and the House of Commons made to take military action,'

He ended by saying: 'I want to express my deep sorrow for the loss of life in this conflict — notwithstanding the fact t…

Jack Straw tells Chilcott Inquiry of rejection of UK Forces Invasion of Iraq

BRITISH troops did not need to go into traq, Jack Straw told the Chilcot inquiry yesterday.

On the last day of the public inquiry into the war, the former foreign secre¬tary said he told Tony Blair that British troops could stay out of the conflict.
Mr Straw said a 'perfectly straightfor¬ward alternative' to war was to help with any post-war effort along with the Spanish and Italian forces.

He repeatedly warned Mr Blair that a policy of regime change would be `palpably illegal'.
`I made that point in quite categorical terms to the prime minister on more than one occasion,' Mr Straw said.
`I came at this issue from a different perspective to the prime minister. How¬ever, I ended up at the same point as the prime minister — let me make that clear — and backed the position that he and the cabinet and the House of Commons made to take military action,'

He ended by saying: 'I want to express my deep sorrow for the loss of life in this conflict — notwithstanding the fact t…

IPv6 Internet Addresses - Coming Sooner?

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THE internet is full — and will run out of addresses this September, experts are warning.

The global authority responsible for new addresses will hand out the last remaining batches this month.

Today in Miami the Internet Ad­dress and Naming Agency is expected to say that, at the current rate of use, old-style addresses will be used up by September.

The 1996-era address system, known as IPv4, can hold about 4.3billion ad­dresses assigned to computers and websites. But it has virtually run out as smart-phones, laptops, tablets and Macbooks go online.

However, progress adopting the new IPv6 system, which can hold 340 trillion addresses, is slow and the two systems are not directly compatible. Computers using older software such as Windows XP and many household broadband modems cannot read IPv6. That means that when IPv4 addresses run ou…

IPv6 Internet Addresses - Coming Sooner?

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[caption id="attachment_422" align="alignright" width="300" caption="New IPv6 Addressing on the Internet "][/caption]

THE internet is full — and will run out of addresses this September, experts are warning.

The global authority responsible for new addresses will hand out the last remaining batches this month.

Today in Miami the Internet Ad­dress and Naming Agency is expected to say that, at the current rate of use, old-style addresses will be used up by September.

The 1996-era address system, known as IPv4, can hold about 4.3billion ad­dresses assigned to computers and websites. But it has virtually run out as smart-phones, laptops, tablets and Macbooks go online.

However, progress adopting the new IPv6 system, which can hold 340 trillion addresses, is slow and the two systems are not directly compatible. Computers using older software such as Windows XP and many household broadband modems cannot read IPv6. That means that when IPv4 addresses run ou…

IPv6 Internet Addresses - Coming Sooner?

Image
[caption id="attachment_422" align="alignright" width="300" caption="New IPv6 Addressing on the Internet "][/caption]

THE internet is full — and will run out of addresses this September, experts are warning.

The global authority responsible for new addresses will hand out the last remaining batches this month.

Today in Miami the Internet Ad­dress and Naming Agency is expected to say that, at the current rate of use, old-style addresses will be used up by September.

The 1996-era address system, known as IPv4, can hold about 4.3billion ad­dresses assigned to computers and websites. But it has virtually run out as smart-phones, laptops, tablets and Macbooks go online.

However, progress adopting the new IPv6 system, which can hold 340 trillion addresses, is slow and the two systems are not directly compatible. Computers using older software such as Windows XP and many household broadband modems cannot read IPv6. That means that when IPv4 addresses run ou…

The Manchester Manual

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The Manchester Manual is available in the Documents file area now for download,    this was the terrorist handbook that was recently discovered in by the Greater Manchester Police and gives details on how Al-Qaeda cells in the UK were told to operate.
It's contents cover : recruitment, forgery & counterfeiting, apartments & hiding places, secure communication & transportation, military training, cell structure, security plans, espionage, open-source and covert information gathering, recruitment of agents, and resisting imprisonment

http://cid-e853ab142560c964.skydrive.live.com/embedrow.aspx/Documents/manchester-al-qaeda-document.pdf

The Manchester Manual

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The Manchester Manual is available in the Documents file area now for download,    this was the terrorist handbook that was recently discovered in by the Greater Manchester Police and gives details on how Al-Qaeda cells in the UK were told to operate.
It's contents cover : recruitment, forgery & counterfeiting, apartments & hiding places, secure communication & transportation, military training, cell structure, security plans, espionage, open-source and covert information gathering, recruitment of agents, and resisting imprisonment

http://cid-e853ab142560c964.skydrive.live.com/embedrow.aspx/Documents/manchester-al-qaeda-document.pdf

The Manchester Manual

Image
The Manchester Manual is available in the Documents file area now for download,    this was the terrorist handbook that was recently discovered in by the Greater Manchester Police and gives details on how Al-Qaeda cells in the UK were told to operate.
It's contents cover : recruitment, forgery & counterfeiting, apartments & hiding places, secure communication & transportation, military training, cell structure, security plans, espionage, open-source and covert information gathering, recruitment of agents, and resisting imprisonment

http://cid-e853ab142560c964.skydrive.live.com/embedrow.aspx/Documents/manchester-al-qaeda-document.pdf