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An article from March that goes through in detail the claim that Corbyn has boosted antisemitism
A court has had to apologise to the Stansted 15 protesters after it incorrectly ordered them back over an incident for which they have already been punished.
Shocking new figures have revealed that more than a million public sector workers are paid below the voluntary living wage.
The Labour Party has capitulated to intense pressure from the right and suspended MP Chris Williamson for standing up to smears against the left.
David Duckenfield has accepted that his failure to close a tunnel was the “direct cause” of the deaths of 96 people in the Hillsborough disaster, a court has heard.
GMB union members at Tory-run Westminster and Wandsworth councils began a 48-hour strike for sick pay on Wednesday. And they plan a further two-day strike from Thursday of next week.
Dudley activist Paul Jonson was suspended from work over a Facebook post where he said Israel was a “racist endeavour”. He had joined a lobby of local MP Ian Austin. An unapologetic campaign won his reinstatement.
Threats to Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi came at the end of a week of onslaught against the left in the Labour Party
660 care workers began a 48-hour strike against attacks on their pay on Saturday.
A Birmingham school has suspended lessons on LGBT+ education amid parent protests.
Desperate Theresa May offered “left behind” towns in England a £1.6 billion funding bribe on Monday.
With just days to go until global strikes on 15 March, climate change activists show no sign of slowing down their protests.
An academy chain “lost” 194 children with special educational needs (SEN) at one of its schools in one year.
This Dispatches documentary is a gruelling look at a refuge for women fleeing domestic abuse.
Anti-racists are preparing to march in London, Glasgow and Cardiff
Poor decision making and lack of leadership by David Duckenfield contributed to the Hillsborough football disaster, a court has heard.
Bin workers should refuse to take any rubbish from anti-union Labour council
It’s open season on the left of the Labour Party as right wing Labour MPs campaign to portray their own party as riddled with antisemitism.
College workers across Scotland held their third one-day strike over pay on Wednesday.
The conflict between India and Pakistan over their disputed border region Kashmir threatens to unleash new hell on a land that has seen too much of it already.
Huge protests have swept Algeria in North Africa demanding the fall of president Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
The French Yellow Vests are preparing for major mobilisations, in particular on 16 March.
Israel may have committed war crimes in its efforts to crush Palestinian protests in the Gaza Strip
Nick Clark suffers the inaccuracies and smears in a new book about Jeremy Corbyn
The formation of The Independent Group (TIG) by breakaway Labour and Tory MPs is a sign of the extent to which the two-party system is buckling under the pressures of Brexit.
On International Women's Day, 8 March, mass protests and strikes are planned in some countries. Sadie Robinson spoke to some of the activists involved.
Revolutionaries formed the Comintern 100 years ago. Simon Basketter says this was a world-shaping event and that its activities still hold lessons for socialists today
It was funded and then boycotted by the Israeli government, but Nick Clark argues that it reduces the occupation of Palestine to a story-telling device
Politicians, the media and TV personalities are gunning for Jeremy Corbyn.
Every death from a knife, gun or other assault is a tragedy. But it’s not true, as the Daily Express newspaper claimed on Tuesday, that there are “war zones on our streets”.
The treatment of Boysie Folkes shows that the whole system of charging migrants for healthcare and checking people’s immigration status is wrong.
Film evidence showing torture inside refugee camps in Libya was released just as Europe’s rulers made a deal to trap more migrants in North Africa, reports Tomáš Tengely-Evans