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The Tories’ drive to push people back to work—and reopen the economy—has plunged Britain into a second wave of coronavirus infections
A group of care workers have won a significant legal victory that ruled they should be paid for time spent travelling between clients
Dangerous cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower remains on hundreds of residential buildings
Tory test-and-trace tsar Dido Harding said the demand for tests was three to four times higher than capacity
A group of prominent Palestinians in Britain have written an open letter to the Labour Party insisting on their right to call Israel—and its founding ideology Zionism—racist.
The national day of action came a month after Abdulfatah Hamdallah drowned in the English Channel.
School strikers around the world were set to take action this Friday to demand that governments take the climate emergency seriously
A second wave of coronavirus in Britain is imminent as cases continue to rise.
Alcohol and drug rehabworkers in Wigan and Leigh launched a ten-day walkout on Monday in their long-running fight for pay equality.
Gallery workers at the Tate keep up fight after more than a month of all-out strike
Workers at Burton’s won’t let bosses take the biscuit
The Labour Party replaced its annual conference this year with what was meant to be a showcase for its new leadership. It was supposed to be all about “winning back trust” from people who abandoned it in the 2019 general election.
Campaigning women have suffered another setback in their battle against the raising of their state pension age from 60 to 66
Workers at Soas University of London have pushed back compulsory redundancies by threatening strikes.
'Everybody is tired. We want other countries to come and help us,' a refugee tells Socialist Worker
After more than a week living on the streets, thousands of refugees on the Greek island of Lesvos are being herded into a new, temporary camp.
Thousands of workers demonstrated in France last Thursday. They were taking part in a day of national protests called by several trade union federations and student groups.
Are women held in a US immigration detention centre in Georgia being forced to have unnecessary hysterectomies?
France is now tightly in the grip of a second wave of coronavirus infections.
The debate over who will replace United States Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg after her death on Friday has already begun
It’s always been a mistake to underestimate Donald Trump. This is especially true now, when he’s fighting ferociously to stay in the White House. Not underestimating him means taking him seriously as a political operator, but also as an ideologist.
Teenager Olive Morris was hanging out at Desmond’s Hip City record shop in Brixton, south London, on a Saturday afternoon in November 1969 when it happened.
Suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst is well known as a fighter for votes for women. But a new book describes how struggles turned her into a revolutionary
With the future of the government’s furlough scheme in doubt, and with hundreds of firms axing jobs, a wave of fear is spreading
The latest offering from this guitar-driven five piece has no shortage of fights to pick, with assaults on war, sexism, racism and poverty, writes Alan Kenny
If you want a break from the big stresses of coronavirus and economic crisis, read Elena Ferrante’s new novel. There you can fall into a world of the very real, but smaller-scale, stresses of a teenage girl.
A Tory government knowingly put ordinary people’s health at risk and caused the unnecessary deaths of thousands of people. They then poured time, effort and money into trying to cover up their actions.
Comrades will be saddened by news of the sudden passing of Steph Owens on 12 September.
As if we need yet another example of how out of touch the Tories are, here we go again.
The US state prepared to use live fire against anti‑racist protesters in Washington, a congressional inquiry has heard
JK Rowling’s new book has ignited fury because it’s about a male serial killer who dresses up in women’s clothing. Sophie Squire takes apart the myths that paint trans women as a threat