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Walkouts were set to hit schools across Britain this Friday as students strike for climate justice.
Hundreds of academics from across Britain have signed a statement backing Jo McNeill for vice president of the UCU union
School teachers in the EIS union in Scotland are voting on whether to accept the latest offer over pay
GMB and PCS union members working for Historic Royal Palaces struck over the closure of their pension scheme
Theresa May has launched another desperate bid to delay a vote on her Brexit deal.
Tory chancellor Philip Hammond has to spend billions more to meet his pledge to end austerity, a think tank has said.
Postal workers at a Royal Mail delivery office in Glasgow struck unofficially
The row inside Liverpool Labour Party shows the right aren’t going to back down from using accusations of antisemitism to silence the left and criticism of Israel, writes Nick Clark
Striking traffic wardens aren’t giving up on their fight for better pay—despite an insulting offer from bosses.
Around 1,000 people joined a protest against library service cuts in Chelmsford
US president Donald Trump is expected to visit Britain in December this year.
Police blocked the tunnel leading to pens 3 and 4 at the Hillsborough football ground at games prior to the 1989 disaster, a court has heard.
Health worker Karen Reissmann was pleased to attend the Unison union’s north west regional council meeting
A huge cheer erupted as the Stansted 15 group of defendants walked out of Chelmsford Crown Court in Essex on Wednesday.
Police match commander David Duckenfield said fans had forced a gate and caused casualties during the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.
Strikers in Camden took their message directly to the Labour-run local authority’s swanky headquarters on Thursday.
Jeremy Corbyn has written to Theresa May suggesting a five-point plan to deliver Brexit. And shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said that, unless May accepts the plan, there should be a second referendum.
Nazi Tommy Robinson plans to rally the forces of the British far right in Manchester on Saturday 23 February.
Delegations of anti-racists from Britain went to the aid of refugees trapped at Britain’s border in northern France.
Striking train guards were celebrating last week after bosses caved in to their demands about safety
Civil service workers are set to begin a national strike ballot
Thousands of Sudanese people took to the streets on Thursday of last week in the capital Khartoum.
Tens of thousands of Yellow Vests demonstrated in France for the thirteenth weekend in a row last Saturday—despite new laws passed last week to curtail protests.
Huge march for nurses in Ireland
High profile cases have pushed internet regulation up the political agenda, but Simon Basketter says it isn’t the answer
Colin Barker, following Erik Olin Wright and Jeremy Hardy, is the latest outstanding socialist whom we have lost these past few days.
Mass deportations to Jamaica follow a long line of racist attacks on people of Caribbean descent—but that history also shows that people always resist, writes Nick Clark
Activists are gearing up for an international day of protest against racism and fascism on 16 March. Organisers from the US and Europe spoke to Socialist Worker about how they’re mobilising to beat back the right
Director Barry Jenkins’s new film delivers a powerful story about how the results of racism can poison the most beautiful parts of life
Tate Britain’s Don McCullin retrospective—its first of a living photographer—is a huge collection of 250 of his images
Two reports this week spelled out the scale of the threat posed by climate change. They follow decades of similar warnings.
Tory defence secretary Gavin Williamson puffed himself up this week by laying out a fantasy vision of Britain as a global power.
Labour left group Momentum burst into Haringey, north London, in 2015.
‘Teen knifed to death yards from Prince George school’
Government officials have removed hundreds of files relating to the scandal of contaminated blood used in British hospitals in the 1970s and 1980s. The files are now missing.