Edinburgh

Auld Reekie anarchy

Article about the Edinburgh Unemployed Centre and its sabotage by the local Labour Party from 1995 in the libertarian communist journal, Subversion.

On our chaotic swarm - Edinburgh University Occupation

Edinburgh University Occupation was invited to sign a national "occupation manifesto" at the start of December 2010. As a non-hierarchical collective, we explain why we are stronger without centralised leadership.

Interview with Edinburgh University students under occupation

Inside the Edinburgh occupation

After a march on the Lib Dem HQ, around 100 students occupied Appleton Tower at the University of Edinburgh last night as part of a wave of actions opposing cuts to education funding and a rise in tuition fees. Libcom caught up with members of the Edinburgh University Anarchist Society to find out more.

Vagabonds, criminals, paupers & gangrels?

Protest at A4E

An article from Variant magazine on Welfare Reform and an interview with Edinburgh Coalition Against Poverty

Scotland anti-G8 protest report, 2005

Report from the G8-resistance in Edinburgh, July 2005, by Prol-Position.

Edinburgh Workers stand up to council cuts

Rubbish piles up as a work to rule bites

Manual workers employed by City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) are approaching the sixth month of a dispute over the implementation of its equal pay adjustment.

Edinburgh rail workers in wildcat strike

Rail signallers in Edinburgh went on wildcat strike, bringing the station to a standstill for an hour on Monday.

Cuts resurrected for Edinburgh schools

The latest drive to improve education by New Labour got off to a bad start after Edinburgh city council set up a cross-party group to decide which schools get closed in 2008.

Edinburgh council workers to strike

Local government workers on the march in Nottingham

Council services across Edinburgh are set to grind to a halt after workers voted overwhelmingly in favour of a one-day strike.

Weekend wildcat strikes hit Royal Mail in Edinburgh

Hundreds of postal workers in Scotland staged wildcat strikes over the weekend creating a backlog of mail.