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The Tories are preparing to plunge many more working class people into poverty and despair. Chancellor Rishi Sunak is under pressure to keep measures that support ordinary people in this week’s budget.
Engineers at telecoms giant BT are staging their first strike in 34 years.
Serco, probably Britain’s most hated firm, has been coining it in during the pandemic. In fact, it’s made so much money that it now plans a handout to shareholders.
A deep rift is tearing apart the top of the Scottish National Party (SNP).
Around 7,000 British Gas strikers returned to the picket lines on Friday after bosses offered them a new contract that was just a “rehash” of old proposals.
The Labour Party has promised generals it backs spending more on the military, nuclear weapons, Britain’s arms industry and the Nato military alliance.
Management want to replace lecturers. People are told to do the same job but on vastly inferior conditions
The result will cement Labour's crisis in Scotland
Over 1,000 workers, trade unionists and anti-racists discussed fighting racism and inequality in workplaces at a conference on Saturday.
Over 400 bus drivers in Manchester began an all-out strike on Sunday.
The court ruling that Begum can’t enter Britain sets a racist precedent that anyone’s citizenship can be stripped away says Isabel Ringrose
Striking porters at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham were given a boost by an online solidarity rally
More than 150 porters, cleaners and catering workers at Carlisle’s Cumberland Infirmary are striking for long-promised unsocial hours payments
Boris Johnson still wants ten million people to return to schools and colleges in England on Monday of next week. His deadly plan must be resisted.
A person responsible for testing the cladding used on Grenfell Tower said he was “not aware” of a weakness in the panels
Workers are set to strike at the Coulport and Faslane naval bases on the Clyde from 12 March.
Anti-racists are calling for active solidarity after a university lecturer was subjected to a violent, racist attack while out jogging.
Myanmar is in the grip of fierce fighting between the ruling army regime and pro-democracy campaigners.
US president Joe Biden has already shattered any hope that he will move away from imperialism and racism.
At key moments in any revolution, the working class faces important choices. Is it time to consolidate gains that have been won or to push forward to conquer new heights?
Organised workers have the power to tackle the bosses. Nick Clark explains why union leaders often fear strikes.
The Australian government argued that Facebook made money from the news stories shared on its platform. So it proposed a law that would force Facebook to pay the Australian publishers who create them.
Reports have found that large numbers of migrants are leaving Britain. It’s all caused by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic—and a punishing immigration system, argues Sam Ord
Rosa Luxemburg, born 150 years ago this week, fought reformist ideas to argue for revolution. Isabel Ringrose looks at what her economic writings contributed to Marxist ideas
Judas and the Black Messiah tells the true story of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. It captures the spirit of a revolutionary
What’s the point of a Labour Party that won’t even back the meagre tax rises on the rich planned by a Tory government?
A third of Britain’s top companies produce carbon dioxide emissions at a rate that is accelerating global warming and adding to the climate crisis.
The scrapping of the Labour Party list of candidates for the Liverpool mayoral election by Keir Starmer has caused outrage in the city and nationally.
New evidence has emerged of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed holding his adult daughters hostage.