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From Glasgow to Exeter thousands of students walked out of school for climate justice.
Theresa May found another way to lose a vote in parliament over Brexit on Thursday
Thousands of school students flooded into central London to demand action over climate chaos
Video from the 15 February climate strike by school students in London
A call to confront racism and the far right on campuses went out from the student Stand Up To Racism conference
The Independent Group's new politics looks remarkably similar to the old politics
The last few months has seen an explosion of inspiring struggle to fight climate change.
Police match commander David Duckenfield gave no orders as the match was stopped during the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.
Several Labour MPs and leading trade unionists have backed a protest against Nazi Tommy Robinson in Salford, Greater Manchester, this Saturday.
The Tories have been forced to admit that migrants were wrongly denied NHS treatment because of racist health charges.
Postal workers in Greater Manchester were set to strike on Friday of this week and Monday of next week in a fight over management behaviour.
A breakthrough at South Western rail?
A national day of action has been called on 26 February against outsourcing.
At least 200,000 people—half a million according to the organisers—marched in Barcelona last Saturday against the show trial of 12 Catalan nationalist leaders.
A hundreds-strong protest by pupils and parents forced Labour-run Midlothian council in Scotland to step back from slashing the music service
UCU union members at two London colleges are balloting for strikes over pay and conditions
Around 800 women held an inspiring and rousing Unison union women’s conference in Bournemouth last week
Theresa May warned MPs that “history will judge us all” in a desperate bid to blackmail them into supporting her Brexit deal on Monday.
Two groups of workers in Birmingham were set to strike together this week against attacks by a Labour council.
The Democratic Party handed US president Donald Trump a partial victory over funding for his border wall plan
Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez of the Labour-type PSOE party has dissolved parliament and called elections for 28 April.
The economic and social policies pushed by the European Union (EU) are often described as a haven from inequality and crisis.
The French government and the police are saying the Yellow Vest movement is all but finished.
Huge protests and a general strike in outrage at corruption have gripped Haiti.
Racist US president Donald Trump announced a “state of emergency” on Friday of last week in order to get funding to build his anti-migrant border wall.
The right wing coup attempt in Venezuela was set to reach a key turning point this week.
A summit last week exposed rulers’ disdain for Palestinians—but solidarity could block their plans
Finally, all the rumours of a new centre party have given birth to—a mouse
Twenty years a report into racism and corruption around the murder of Stephen Lawrence returned a verdict of insititutional racism. What’s changed?
Jenny is glad she lives in a different London borough to the one she works in. That’s because Jenny is a traffic warden, and the abuse she suffers would make her fear leaving her home.
A new exhibition featuring 17 famously grotesque pieces by Jeff Koons jostles with antiquity at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, writes?Kate Douglas
Diane Arbus’s portraits grab your attention and challenge you.
The threat to the jobs of 3,500 Honda workers in Swindon shows bosses’ contempt for workers.
A Channel 4 Dispatches documentary entitled Grenfell: Did the Fire Brigade Fail? aired on Monday.
Sheffield council has recently declared a climate emergency.
‘Disruption increases teachers’ workloads and wastes lesson time’
People in Britain are organising solidarity with the inspiring movement of resistance demanding real change in Sudan. Some spoke to Sadie Robinson about the challenges and possibilities