Dated: 22 Jun 2021
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How dare Dido Harding, the would-be boss of the NHS, attack tens of thousands of “foreign” health workers working in Britain?
Jermaine Baker was killed by a Metropolitan police officer in 2015—despite being unarmed.
The increasing numbers of people being hospitalised by Covid-19 ought to be a warning to those who argue that the virus is essentially “over”.
The Labour Party is in trouble in the Batley and Spen by-election—and it deserves to be in trouble.
The Tories have been forced to apologise for “failing” rape victims after the number of convictions for rape plummeted.
The US government spent more than £13 billion last year funding multinational drugs firms to make Covid-19 vaccines and treatments.
It's particularly outrageous as Glasgow will host this year’s UN climate conference in November.
The Liberal Democrats’ win in the Chesham and Amersham by-election has sparked hopes that the Tories’ “blue wall” of seats in the south of England is collapsing.
London Trans+ pride was set to go ahead on Saturday of this week in the wake of rising transphobia.
“What are we waiting for?” is the collective cry from the independence movement in Scotland.
Climate fighters protested at London’s Science Museum last week. Meanwhile the Tories are failing to act on climate change, reports Sophie Squire
Fascist Tommy Robinson is planning to demonstrate in Batley and Spen this Saturday to support far right candidates in the upcoming by-election.
Rail workers across Britain are fighting back against corporate greed by striking in battles over pay and conditions.
Turner represents a continuation of the policies and direction that Unite has followed in recent years
The 291 workers have had notice of termination of their current contract and are under pressure to sign up to the new terms before the end of August
The pay gap between college and school teachers currently stands at £9,000 a year
A summer of campaigning against new anti-Traveller laws kicks off with a rally in Parliament Square
A battle has broken out at the construction of a new Amazon Warehouse in Gateshead.
Anti-racists in Dorset have told their Tory MP—whose family fortune comes from the slave trade—that “it’s time” for justice.
“So many trips that I do simply aren’t worth it. I’m making just over £1 per mile sometimes, and that’s before Bolt takes its cut," said a driver
A police officer has been found guilty of the manslaughter and cleared of the murder of Dalian Atkinson.
Workers at Forth Valley College (FVC) in Falkirk, Alloa and Stirling are celebrating a victory for strikes and campaigning.
British and Russian warships violently confronted each other in the Black Sea this week.
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is about to select its third leader this year. Which is a lot for a party steadfastly against change.
Iran’s presidential election has the US and Israel rallying their allies in the Middle East, reports Nick Clark
Just one in three potential voters took part in the first round of regional elections across France last Sunday.
Presidents Putin and Biden met last week for a summit. Socialist Worker investigates what the outcome means for imperialism
The general agitation about inflation continues among the bosses
It has been 175 years since the repeal of the Corn Laws. Isabel Ringrose explores how the bosses’ arguments over trade can open the door for working class resistance
The inquiry into the investigations into the murder of Daniel Morgan declared last week that the Metropolitan Police is ‘institutionally corrupt’. Simon Basketter explains why fraud is built into the police
Aliaksei Paluyan’s documentary shot in Minsk during the anti government protests captures the horror of living a life under tyranny, writes Julia Ryder
How to say goodbye to your loved one after you’ve discovered your mind is to be ravaged by early onset dementia?
The Tories have discovered the terrible injustices faced by working class children. And they are very angry about them. Or at least they are pretending to be, to fuel a different agenda.
Who could have stopped the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017? According to the official inquiry, it was two low paid teenage stewards. Sir John Saunders, chair of the public inquiry into the bombing, said there were “serious shortcomings” and missed opportunities to prevent the attack.
Did it happen in Britain? A French court has ordered Ikea to pay a fine of £860,000 after the furniture chain was found guilty of spying on staff.
Seeking to emulate ‘shock jock’ TV channels in the US, GB News launched last week hoping to find an audience on the angry right. Sophie Squire explains