"It is our understanding that McDonald's has used its influence and power to ensure that two different television pieces on the trial which were due to be broadcast on German TV will not be shown. The items were going to be shown on Spiegel TV (RTL Channel) and Pro7," said an MSC statement.
Tuesday 20 February, The Australian (Australia)
'Vegetarians plead McLibel suit over the Internet'
Saturday 24 February, Freedom (UK)
Saturday 24 February, Guardian (UK)
Spent by Department of Trade and Industry ministers on legal advice for stonewalling questions at the Scott Inquiry: £293,870.
Donations spent so far by McDonald's opponents in Britain's longest ever libel trial: £25,000."
Tuesday 27 February, Annalivia FM (Dublin City and County, Ireland)
Wednesday 28 February, Istoé (Brazil)
HQ magazine, March/April issue (Australia)
Peace News, March 1996 (International)
'McLibel goes public on McWeb'
"With a different outlook on this multinational corporation laid before them, this is a chance for the public to decide whether they want to continue to patronise such an institution or condemn it."
Green World, March 1996 (UK)
'McDonald's own goals'
"Effectively the tables have been turned and it's McDonald's and their business practices that are on trial."
New Statesman and Society, 1 March 1996 (UK)
Vegetarian Voice, Spring 1996 (USA)
'McLibel trial pits activists against corporate giant'
Two-page article about the McLibel trial, including highlights of the testimony so far, and the contact details of the McLibel Support Campaign (USA).
Global Web Builders Web site, March 1996
'Global Heroes 1996'
McSpotlight is chosen as Global Hero for March 1996. An undeserved award, perhaps, as February's Global Hero was Mother Teresa.
11 - 16th February