9 Jan.: subjects include proposed deportation of Shehnaz Sheikh; squatters; anti-nuclear movement (including Greenham Common protestors and Upper Heyford blockade) (with draft front cover).
22 Jan.: subjects include DHSS and benefits; 'experiences of working in a heterosexual cattlemarket' (Cavershams Nightclub and Restaurant); Borough Council meeting; Shehnaz Sheikh.
6 Feb.: subjects include Squatters Action Group; Labour Party public meeting; police; disarming of a suspect package (2 bottles of milk) at the unemployment benefit office by the bomb disposal squad.
20 Feb.: subjects include anti-nuclear movement (including Greenham Common protestors in court); El Salvador; NHS cuts.
6 Mar.: subjects include Vernon Paxford, bed & breakfast landlord, and treatment of homeless; Borough Council meeting; prosecution of 5 men accused of damaging fence at Greenham Common; vegetarian dining; legalise cannabis questionnaire; El Salvador; review of 'On terrorism and the state' by Gianfranco Sanginetti; squatting.
19 Mar.: subjects include CND proposed blockades of Burghfield and Greenham Common; cuts to nursery education; prosecution of peace protestors; Christianity; 'Black beauty' competition; anarchist discussion meeting on 'The benefits of a nuclear holocaust'.
3 Apr.: subjects include squatting at the ABC Cinema; NHS cuts; interview with former tenant of Vernon Paxford; May Day 1983; rights and the police; Ecology Party meeting; CND blockade.
17 Apr.: subjects include Drugs Squad raid on Acorn bookshop; co-counselling; Vernon Paxford; cottaging.
1 May: subjects include cannabis growing; pornography; NHS cuts; prosecution of alleged drug smugglers; mass media distortion; anti-nuclear movement (including CND's magazine 'Sanity', and Burghfield protest); Borough elections.
15 May: subjects include County Council draft plan for Berkshire; anti-nuclear movement; Reading's Emergency Accommodation Project.
29 May: subjects include election campaign (including custard pie hit on the SDP's David Owen); failure of Reading week of action against porn; Reading Family Planning Clinic; anti-nuclear movement (including non-violent direct action at Upper Heyford); the Ecology Party.
13 Jun.: subjects include Shehnaz Sheikh winning immigration case; racism link to complaints against council tenant for noise; 'The Upper Heyford blockade: a personal account'; bicycle use.
26 Jun.: subjects include NHS cuts; student occupation at Reading University; 'one young queen's impressions of Glastonbury and Stonehenge Festivals'; Borough Council meeting; elections (enclosed: leaflet for play 'Cowardice' at The Hexagon). Back page is 'Scrounger', on DHSS Specialist Claims Control Unit.
11 Jul.: subjects include Greenham Common and police actions against protestors; sale of British Aerospace plant and aircraft to Iraq.
24 Jul.: subjects include 'Survivability Symposium' at Hexagon theatre; NHS cuts; police; Borough Council meeting; CB radio.
14 Aug.: subjects include Reading gaol / prison (including interview with recent prisoner); cuts to night nursing service (enclosed: price list for Whole Life Foods).
4 Sep.: subjects include removal of baby from mother by police at Greenham Common; racism link to prosecution of council tenant for noise; multinational corporations; wargaming; police (enclosed: Reading Council for Racial Equality leaflet on racism).
19 Sep.: subjects include tenants' rights; government bunkers under London.
2 Oct.: subjects include case of Margaret Small; Stop the City march; public planning.
17 Oct.: subjects include council housing; civil rights in West Germany; Burghfield squat / free state; public planning; Greenham Common and CND; Reading Cycle Campaign; Borough Council meeting.
30 Oct.: subjects include 'Racist attack - police hide' (Cardiff rugby fans in pub and kebab shop); meeting addressed by David Irving at Reading University; housing.
14 Nov.: subjects include Molesworth peace camp; civil liberties and Police Bill.
27 Nov.: subjects include NHS cuts; anti-nuclear movement (including day of action at High Wycombe); Reading women's movement; War on Want (enclosed: leaflet for open meeting at Reading Centre for the Unemployed; standing order mandate).
10 Dec.: subjects include protests against a visiting Michael Hesletine; anti-nuclear movement; National Graphical Association picket in Warrington; 'the politics of feet'.
Also includes: minutes of Red Rag collective meetings, 16 Jan., 13 Feb., 13 Mar., 18 Jul., 9 Oct.; 'Reading between the lines', guide to Reading produced by the Red Rag collective.