Dated: 30 Nov 2021
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Pro-refugee protests took place across Britain
Pickets faced stormy, arctic weather conditions.
Strikes have forced bosses to agree a new policy
Anti-abortion bigots were met by an angry and sizeable counterprotest when they showed up at the University of Liverpool last Friday.
Management wants strikes to clash with nativity
Around 100 Workers in the GMB union struck for the second Monday in a row at Panasonic Cardiff this week.
Fifty-eight universities across Britain are striking this week
UCU union members walked out at 58 universities
Many strikers described a “culture of top down bullying”.
Bosses pay a lower rate than workers
This pandemic was predictable. This death toll was avoidable
50,000 workers at 58 universities are striking for three days
Lloyds and Natwest banks want redundancies
The Tories are bailing out energy fat cats
RMT union members struck on five lines
With costs on the rise Sam Ord talks to mothers who struggle to work because of a lack of good quality, affordable and flexible childcare options
Activists occupied sites in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands
Activists have to make the police bill unworkable
Scientists have long warned that this would happen if large parts of the world were left unvaccinated.
Some 375,000 council and school workers across England and Wales began voting on whether to strike over pay as Socialist Worker went to press.
The Tories’ hatred of face masks that protect people from infection is creating regulation chaos.
Some 475 warehouse workers at B&Q’s Wincanton depot in Worksop launched a strike last Sunday.
Tens of millions of people in Afghanistan face famine as international economic sanctions on the government—led by the US—bite.
Who really wanted the black leader dead, and why?
JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon joked about China
Accelerating climate change means we must look to radical solutions within the climate movement. Author Andreas Malm’s radicalism is welcome but cannot replace a mass workers’ movement, argues Sophie Squire
Sudanese activists speak about the way forward to victory against a ruthless enemy
This epic biopic tells the story of Indian revolutionary Udham Singh—and the massacre that drove him to hit back at the British Empire
Boris Johnson and the Tories face a political crisis on many fronts.
Starmer wants to cut out the left for good
The far right and a Welsh cinema
British Airways was not warned about an Iraqi invasion in 1990