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The treatment of Shamima Begum has highlighted the racism at the heart of the government and its immigration rules.
Suspensions from the Tory party this week have highlighted the racism and far right sympathies in its ranks.
Heather Wakefield, author of a new report, said, “Austerity is shrinking women’s lives.”
Police investigating the Grenfell Tower fire have said they will not submit files to the Crown Prosecution Service until “the latter part of 2021”.
The prosecution has finished outlining its case in the trial of David Duckenfield and Graham Mackrell. The men are on trial in relation to the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster.
Trade unionists are taking up the fight against racism and the far right.
Shocking new figures have revealed the terrible toll inflicted by the Tory benefit freeze ahead of chancellor Philip Hammond’s spending statement on Wednesday.
A police force has been made to launch an investigation into its officers after footage emerged of a man being beaten.
A socialist society would allow people to plan for the needs of people and planet, not the profits of the few, argues Sarah Bates
Thousands of students across Britain were preparing for huge strikes this Friday to demand urgent action on climate change.
the threat of strikes by the EIS-Fela union has won Scottish teachers a pay offer that goes some way to restoring money lost under austerity.
Newark strike to grind down bosses
Care workers in Birmingham are keeping up the fight for their jobs and the service with strikes set for this week.
There is still time to put forward anti-racist arguments over Brexit, argues?Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Tory chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement this week follows a decision from MPs last week to continue with a freeze on many benefits.
Outsourced health workers at Liverpool Women’s Hospital have ratcheted up their fight for equal pay after a solid walkout last month.
Theresa May has to be driven out of office after another shattering defeat in parliament on Tuesday night.
Women struck across the Spanish state on Friday, International Women’s Day, in a howl of rage against oppression.
Huge protests against Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika have gripped the North African country for the third consecutive week.
Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu confirmed last week that Israel—the state founded on Palestinian land—doesn’t belong to its Palestinian citizens
The French Yellow Vest movement and organised workers in the trade unions face a big test.
In the past few weeks discussion of the obscure economic school is Modern Monetory Theory has gone viral
As Labour faces accusations of antisemitism, Nick Clark explains why the Israeli state is a racist endeavour and why solidarity with Palestine is crucial
As thousands take to the streets to fight for climate action and against racism, Tomáš Tengely-Evans and Alistair Farrow look at what kind of society can fight the injustices of capitalism
There’s some interesting themes in Captain Marvel, and sexists won’t like it. But it failed to live up to its potential
Sexism pervades every level of society throughout the world—home, work, public spaces, transport, health care and leisure
Amid the stifling narrowness of official politics in Britain, there are some very welcome signs of change this week.
Donald Trump is again holding ordinary people in the US to ransom in a bid to get billions in funding for his brutal border wall with Mexico.
How should we approach Birmingham school protest?
Those at the top of society say that young people in cities are killing each other in record numbers but they do this despite the evidence and for their own ends, writes Sadie Robinson