Posts Tagged ‘BP’

Double, double, oil is trouble: flashmob reclaim Shakespeare from BP

by Newsdesk.

The crowds at the British Museum seem to approve.

GMB take protest to BP annual general meeting

by Andy Newman.

The GMB is organising for 430 workers locked out from a BP constrction site to come to London to draw attention to the irresponsible behaviour of BP and link it to the oil slicks in the Gulf of Mexico. GMB members locked out of the BP bio fuel ethanol site at Saltend in Hull plan to […]

Why the US Senate should question Tony Blair

by Mark Seddon.

Silence speaks volume. In the unmitigated disaster that is the Gulf of Mexico, two silent partners watch as BP endures a hurricane of criticism, Transocean and Haliburton, who it has been alleged are at least as complicit over the oil spill as the company that has been re-born in sections of the US media as […]

Obama is right to criticise BP

by Michael Meacher.

As I said on Newsnight on Friday, Obama is attacking BP, not Britain.   He’s reacting exactly as we would if an American oil rig had blown up in the North Sea and a huge oil slick expanding by 40,000 barrels a day (8 times worse than the Exxon Valdez disaster in 1989) was devastating […]

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