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All we’ve has lost is a royal waste of space who sponged off working class people.
Deliveroo riders in many parts of Britain struck and rallied on Wednesday demanding workers’ rights, enhanced safety and an end to poverty pay.
Amid the horrors of the pandemic, the collective wealth of the world’s billionaires exploded by more than 60 percent last year from £5.8 trillion to £9.5 trillion.
Inequality, oppression and state repression have deepened across the globe during the pandemic, according to a damning new report.
Goodlord strikers in London are upbeat after over a month of strikes against bosses’ fire and rehire plans
The death of prince Philip has seen the return of another disgraced royal—paedophile prince Andrew
Bus drivers at Go North West in Manchester are battling on against a brutal employer assault.
A revolving door between ministers and private firms helps the rich hold onto their cash—and democracy means little in the networks that shape governments, says Charlie Kimber
The Home Office is sending asylum seekers back to the condemned camp, reports Isabel Ringrose
Health workers in Scotland are furious that their Unison union is recommending they accept the Holyrood government’s offer of a paltry 4 percent pay rise.
The past few days have shown that the monarchy matters for Britain’s rulers. They see it as a useful way to push the idea of national unity.
As the Tories push ahead with a dangerous easing of lockdown restrictions, more than 1,000 people at a major government workplace struck last week for safety.
College lecturers across Scotland plan a further two‑day strike in a continuing dispute over the replacement of lecturers with instructors on lower pay and with worse conditions.
Many British Gas workers have expressed their anger and sadness after being sacked this week.
Refuse, highway maintenance workers and street cleaners working for Thurrock council in Essex began a three-week strike on Tuesday.
Almost 1,000 delegates debated the key issues facing the union as schools have reopened and educators look to face the challenges of a new term
The trial began on Monday of seven people, including two Extinction Rebellion co-founders, charged with £25,000 of criminal damage at Shell’s London headquarters.
The second major Kill the Bill day of action on Saturday should be a day of anger, resistance and defiance.
Council workers in Thurrock, Essex, launched 18 days of strikes on Tuesday against bosses’ plans to “brutally cut their pay and conditions”.
As Loyalist areas of Northern Ireland face unrest, Simon Basketter explains why the protests are taking place now, and what they mean for Britain’s imperialist interests
Protesters raged on the streets of Brooklyn Center just outside Minneapolis on Sunday after cops murdered a black man.
Dr Kambiz Boomla says the vaccine is safe—but commercial interests are not
The Tory government’s Police and Crime Bill is a very nasty attack on civil liberties. But it’s not an aberration.
In years gone by the Labour Party could take the votes in the north east of England for granted. But, reports Nick Clark, next month’s Hartlepool by-election could show just how out of touch the party now is with its former heartlands
In 1971, workers fought against an authoritarian Tory law, chanting, ‘Kill The Bill’. Isabel Ringrose argues we need the same spirit of militancy to kill the Tory police bill today
Extinction Rebellion targeted banks last week as part of a campaign against their funding for fossil fuels. Sam Ord looks at global banks’ climate failures
The Deutschland TV series’ writer and creator Anna Winger told Socialist Worker how it combines truth and fiction
Global coronavirus cases have escalated over the past seven weeks and deaths have risen for the past three weeks. More than 136 million people have been infected, and almost three million have died.
This week saw the final sacking of British Gas workers who had refused a 15 percent pay cut and other assaults.
Teachers in Islington, north London, got a taste of Tony Sewell's contempt for the rights of working people, whatever their ethnicity, in 2013
Toxic waste including mustard gas is buried among more than 1,500 disused landfill sites across Wales.