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US socialist Eric Fretz writes from New York
The nomination period for the Unite union’s general secretary election opens today, Monday. On the Fujitsu picket line, striker Ian Allinson told Socialist Worker why he's standing
A “large number” of cancer patients have had their operations cancelled due to “severe pressure” in the NHS, a senior doctor warned last weekend.
Nobody can seriously deny the crisis in the NHS. But some want to deflect the blame from the Tories and scapegoat migrants for the problems.
As Trump’s inauguration looms closer, Alistair Farrow takes aim at the boss of bigotry
Lively action by janitors in Glasgow last week frustrated bosses’ efforts to undermine their strike.
Campaigners occupying the Thurlow Lodge community hall on the south London Aylesbury estate are the latest stumbling block to Southwark Labour council’s redevelopment plan.
Nahella Ashraf, an activist from Manchester Stand Up To Racism (SUTR), speaks out after being subjected to a racist attack on a trip to Hammersmith, west London, earlier this month
Restaurant workers at the posh Harrods department store in Knightsbridge, west London, have secured a meeting with management this week.
Socialist Teachers Alliance (STA) members met in London last weekend.
A disabled woman was left stranded on a freezing train station platform for two hours by Southern railway, it emerged last week.
Workers who develop and maintain nuclear weapons were set to start the first of two new sets of two-day strikes to defend their pensions on Wednesday.
The Stand Up To Racism trade union conference is a chance to organise against racism, writes Eleanor Claxton-Mayer
Also: refugees drown trying to reach Italy
Free movement of labour has become a key debate. Workers currently have the freedom to travel across the European Union (EU) under current rules.
Cabin crew at BA are standing up to intimidation from their bosses, writes Dave Sewell
Jeremy Corbyn ‘relaunch’ can help—but he must stop backsliding on immigration, writes Nick Clark
A Labour-led council is threatening to use the Tory anti-union laws against a group of its own workers in Kirklees, West Yorkshire.
Big firms constantly bleat about how they cannot afford their pension schemes.
Six education unions have denounced Tory cuts to school funding as a “national scandal”.
Tory prime minister Theresa May came out for a right wing, racist “Brexit” on Tuesday. May scapegoated migrants for the problems that people face.
Every former police officer under investigation over allegations of misconduct relating to the Hillsborough disaster will escape disciplinary proceedings.
Shocking new footage shows Laura Nicholas making the admission at a public meeting
Tenants and residents in Haringey, north London, are fighting plans that could bulldoze seven council estates.
Up to 3,000 “mixed fleet” cabin crew began their second strike at British Airways (BA) today, Thursday.
Demonstrations hit around 50 states across the US last Saturday as protesters showed solidarity with migrants, refugees and Muslims.
Barack Obama departs the US presidency amid a cloud of praise and nostalgia.
The brutality of the First World War and shortages at home meant Russian soldiers were ready to rise up in 1917
Also: This House at the Garrick Theatre
Theresa May’s programme for Brexit is steeped in toxic nationalism and xenophobia.
Eight men have been revealed to be worth as much as the poorest 50% of the world.
What happened to me illustrates perfectly one of the issues at the heart of the dispute with Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR)—Southern’s owner—and the Aslef and RMT unions.