Dated: 17 Jul 2018
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Workers at the Harvest Stores health food shop in Glasgow have walked out after finding hidden cameras in an area where they get changed.
A growing number of people think that immigration has had a positive impact on British society.
The growth of right wing populism and fascism provokes fears of a re-run of a disastrous decade
Thursday evening saw protests across Britain, including in London, Leeds, Cardiff, Swansea, Newcastle, Oxfordshire and Cambridge.
A carnival-like atmosphere filled the streets of London on Friday lunchtime as thousands gathered to march against Donald Trump.
Tens of thousands of people are on the streets against Donald Trump in London.
There was an atmosphere of defiance and jubilation as tens of thousands of people poured into Trafalgar Square in London on Friday to protest against Donald Trump’s visit.
Around 250,000 took part in a defiant and jubilant show of resistance
Footage from the huge march against Trump in central London
It is the largest mobilisation by anti-Nazis against a new fascist street movement, and was clearly much stronger than previous ones.
Labour Party bureaucrats spent thousands of pounds to trick Jeremy Corbyn
A legal decision is set to rob thousands of pounds from care workers’ wages.
Tens of thousands of health workers will be forced to wait up to eight months for thousands of pounds promised by the Tories and union leaders.
A violent fascist attack against trade unionists shows the threat posed by the forces of the British far right.
The RMT union has announced a fresh round of strikes on the South Western Railway (SWR) as part of a long-running dispute over driver only operation (DOO).
in workers in Kirklees, west Yorkshire are tentatively celebrating a union victory after management agreed to all their demands.
Over 200 people joined the monthly Silent Walk for Grenfell last Saturday—the first since the one-year anniversary of the blaze at the west London tower block.
A ballot for strikes over pay by civil service workers in the PCS union was set to end on Monday of next week.
Theresa May found a new way of avoiding defeat in parliament over Brexit this week. She told Tory MPs who agreed with her to vote with those opposing her.
Former Tory minister Andrew Griffiths was desperately clinging on as an MP at the start of this week, despite growing calls for him to resign.
GMB union members at John Roan school joined NEU union members in a two-day strike on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.
Birmingham care workers are planning a huge series of strikes against devastating cuts to adult social care.
Rioting broke out around the annual expression of sectarianism in Northern Ireland.
Iraq’s government has responded with brutality to huge protests over living standards and unemployment
Israel launched its biggest bombardment of the Gaza Strip since 2014 over the weekend.
Protesters in Chicago faced down police after cops killed Harith Augustus last Saturday, shooting him in the back.
The Tories are in trouble over education policy. Miriam Scharf argues now is the time to go on the offensive
The extreme centre, as author Tariq Ali dubbed mainstream neoliberal parties, is convinced that Donald Trump’s European tour confirmed he is unfit to be president. And it’s true that his performance has been characteristically erratic, and occasionally idiotic.
The Lehman Trilogy is a three-hour, three-person play that tells the story of the rise and fall of US banking giant Lehman Brothers.
The mainstream media likes to portray Al Qaeda fighters simply as fanatical terrorists, but a new documentary shows how they live, says Harjeevan Gill
This new exhibition places Rembrandt’s work alongside pieces by the British artists he inspired.
The protests against Donald Trump and the Nazis who love him have transformed the mood among socialists and anti-racists in Britain.
Supporters of Israel are piling pressure on the Labour Party to change its new code of conduct which says discussion of the foundation of Israel is “legitimate”.
It is with great sadness that we have to inform comrades of the tragic, premature death of Teresa Elligott.
Comrades and friends will be saddened to hear that Don Trudell, a long-standing member of the SWP and its predecessor the International Socialists, died recently.
On Sunday 2 July the Turkish state crushed Istanbul’s LGBT+ Pride celebrations for the third year in a row.
The Tories have slashed funding for bus services by nearly £200 million since 2010—leaving local bus services struggling. For some bus users the impact is devastating, says Sarah Bates