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Activists from the Extinction Rebellion (XR) movement for climate justice are busy preparing for the next steps.
The International Rebellion against climate change entered its third day on Wednesday.
Guy Smallman's photographs from three days of revolt on London's streets
The International Rebellion over climate change swept into its fourth day on Thursday.
The police are ramping up their pressure, but the defiant actions have been very successful
Labour’s shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon has faced calls to resign for describing Zionism—the ideology that is used to justify Palestinian oppression—as “the enemy of peace”.
Guy Smallman's latest images from the rebellion in central London
Europe’s rulers are split between those who want stronger external borders and those who back stronger national borders. But all their policies are deadly, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Catering workers at two hospital in South Yorkshire are taking the fight to outsourcing giant Sodexo
Unison union members are voting for seats on the national executive with the ballot closing on 17 May
Delegates backed motions to ballot for a boycott of the hated Sats tests and for more action on pay
Voting in the UCU union general secretary election was set to begin on Monday of next week
Deliveroo workers have launched a monthly bulletin to discuss the way forward for their fight for better pay working conditions
Cleaners at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have called strikes against subcontractor Interserve.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend a demonstration for Scottish independence in Glasgow on Saturday of next week.
A new movement to demand action over climate change has changed British politics, argues Sarah Bates
Theresa May was facing a growing revolt as Brexit talks with Labour resumed on Tuesday.
Donald Trump is coming to Britain in June for a three-day state visit from 3 June.
Richard Greeman, a Marxist writer and activist best known for his work on Victor Serge, reports from France
Poland has been struck by the biggest all-out walkout in over 25 years, reports Andy Zebrowski
Sit-ins, demonstrations and workers' protests are spreading across the country
At least 290 people were killed and hundreds more injured in a series of eight bomb attacks in Sri Lanka on Sunday.
Riot police and Yellow Vest protesters battled in the centre of Paris last Saturday as numbers on the streets rose for the second week in a row.
A protester in Algeria has died in hospital of injuries sustained while protesting. Yettou Ramzi’s relatives said this was because he was beaten by police.
I’m sure there are very many people who feel the Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests in London over Easter mark a watershed.
Algerians had to fight a brutal war for independence. But the struggle for freedom didn’t end when the nationalists kicked out the French in 1962, writes Alistair Farrow
The Nazi National Front came to the heart of the Asian community in West London on 23 April 1979. They wanted to humiliate but instead provoked rebellion. Rampaging police arrested scores, injured many and murdered Blair Peach. Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks back at the crucial battle
A movie about former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi can be hard to watch—but it exposes a horrible and vulgar system, writes Simon Basketter
Styx centres around a woman on a solo sailing journey from Gibraltar to Ascension Island who comes across African refugees in a sinking fishing vessel.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) has been a stunning success. Its action has helped to expose the urgency of the threat posed by climate change—and insisted that tackling it cannot be postponed.
Local elections will take place in 248 English councils on Thursday of next week.
US president Donald Trump is rightly often criticised as a racist, a sexist and a climate change denier. But we should never forget that he is also a vicious class warrior for the rich.
A SIX STONE emaciated man who was deemed “fit to find work” has died. But the company running the tests that deny people benefits is rolling in profit.