Dated: 11 Dec 2018
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The Tories are on the ropes. Determined resistance could finish them off.
Traffic wardens in Camden launched a two-week strike on Thursday as part of their fight against low pay.
French president Emmanuel Macron has made more concession to the “Yellow Vest” protesters, but it has not stopped the revolt.
Sorry to Bother You is heralded as a left wing cult classic full of laughs and sharp obervations. It deserves at least some of that reputation, says Shay Carroll
Up to 200 people joined the Homes for All annual housing summit in London on Saturday.
French police have launched a renewed wave of repression against refugees trapped at Britain's border in Calais.
Ten thousand opposed 5,000 fascists and their friends. But the union of Nazis and a racist electoral party is still a threat.
A group of 15 protesters found guilty under terror legislation have vowed to keep up the fight against deportations.
Striking GMB union members were joined by NEU union members who refused to cross their picket line.
Be prepared for an utterly nightmarish descent with director Lars Von Trier’s The House That Jack Built.
The full scale of water and soil poisoning in the area surrounding Grenfell Tower could be revealed by an investigation in the New Year.
Home care workers in Birmingham have overwhelmingly backed more strikes in their fight against job cuts and privatisation.
The Unite and GMB unions suspended a programme of rolling walkouts at Cammell Laird shipyard after bosses agreed to delay job cuts.
Labour shadow home secretary Diane Abbott gave a big boost to a rally against racism in Batley, West Yorkshire, last Saturday.
School meals, home care, window cleaning, road works and hospital security—these are just some of the services that stand on the brink of further chaos.
Supporters of leading health worker Karen Reissmann lobbied the Unison union’s national executive committee last week.
This winter could be the worst on record for frontline emergency care departments.
Yellow Vest protesters fought massive police repression in France on Saturday
Student protests over a proposed university tuition fee rise have rocked the Albanian government.
French president Emmanuel Macron’s attempt to break and divide the Yellow Vest movement by making small concessions has spectacularly failed
A combination of imperialism, racism and political manoeuvring could push Israel’s government towards launching a fresh wave of violence in the Middle East.
Leading figures are leaving Ukip over its links with Nazis. But the racist party can’t be written off yet, argues Sadie Robinson
Pundits rightly mock Theresa May’s promise to deliver “strong and stable” leadership amid the Brexit chaos. Yet she’s not the only European ruler facing a crisis. Germany and France are far from “strong and stable”.
Millions of people face a miserable Christmas because of the Tories’ hated Universal Credit (UC) benefit. Around 1.1 million currently claim UC, many with dependent children.
Ten years ago Israel launched an assault on the Gaza Strip. It left 1,400 people dead and left Gazans with a broken infrastructure that makes life a misery, writes Nick Clark
The anti-racist and anti-fascist unity last Sunday was the best display of what it will take to stop the Nazis
Pat, who died recently, was an ever-present member of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) in west London and at national events.
We have been foster carers for a young refugee, Hossein Ahmadi, who arrived in Britain on the back of a freezer truck in the summer of 2016. He had spent ten months in the misery of the Dunkirk camp.
Prison officers have been given the go ahead to use a new type of gas on prisoners
Costas Lapavitsas is a Marxist economist and author of a new book, The Left Case Against the EU. He urges a break with the neoliberal European Union